Newmeyer Dillion Elects Tara Dudum and Aaron Shumway to Partnership

Jan 12, 2022 Firm News

NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF. – January 12, 2022 – Prominent business and real estate law firm Newmeyer Dillion is pleased to announce that Walnut Creek attorney Tara Dudum and Las Vegas attorney Aaron Shumway have been elected to partnership effective January 1, 2022.

“Tara and Aaron are deeply committed to the practice of law and have a remarkable ability to tackle complex legal issues,” said Managing Partner Paul Tetzloff. “They are both stellar individuals and we are excited to welcome them to the partnership as we continue to expand our presence in Northern California and Las Vegas, Nevada.”

A native to the Bay Area, Tara Dudum is passionate about helping her community solve its most pressing legal issues. Surrounded by a family of self-starters and entrepreneurs, she is always mindful of the unique challenges and burdens faced by businesses, employers, and property owners and structures her practice around helping clients to navigate those often unchartered waters safely.

Tara’s practice focuses primarily on business and employment law and her clients span across industries, including retail, e-commerce, real estate, manufacturing, hospitality, and beyond. She often acts as outside counsel for clients, providing day-to-day legal advice to owners, executives, supervisors, and human resource professionals.

Aaron Shumway seeks to help businesses stay ahead of the curve by providing relevant information and practical advice.  When litigation is necessary, Aaron has the advocacy experience to minimize potential risks so his clients can enjoy more of their rewards.

Aaron’s practice focuses on construction litigation, employment law and real estate.  He helps minimize employer risk through planning as well as litigating claims that affect the very heart of business organizations.  He has successfully prosecuted trade secret cases, defended against wrongful terminations, classification suits, and wage & hour claims. Aaron has also developed proficiency in handling real estate matters, including title and escrow liability.