Michael William (“Bill”) Oppenheim is an associate attorney at CCA who primarily practices consumer warranty litigation, specifically involving the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act. Mr. Oppenheim is results-oriented, highly efficient, and well-versed in consumer warranty litigation. Mr. Oppenheim is involved in all aspects of lemon law litigation, especially pretrial discovery.
Mr. Oppenheim graduated from Hamilton College with a bachelor’s degree in History. Following his undergraduate degree, Mr. Oppenheim lived in Wyoming where he worked for the National Park Service in Grand Teton National Park. Mr. Oppenheim was the C. Willard Heckel scholar at Rutgers Law School – Newark. During law school, Mr. Oppenheim was the judicial extern for the Hon. Jodi Lee Alper in the Essex County Family Division and the Hon. Deborah Gross-Quatrone in the Civil Division. Mr. Oppenheim won the Turnaround Management Association New Jersey Chapter’s Gambardella Bankruptcy Competition and was a student-attorney at the Rutgers Civil Justice Clinic. Mr. Oppenheim is authorized to practice law in all California state courts, as well as the Central and Southern Districts of California.