Mahesh G. Subramanian

Mr. Subramanian is an associate with Andrews • Lagasse • Branch & Bell LLP. His practice focuses on the defense of all types of general liability claims, including habitability and mold claims, breach of contract, burn and electrocution injuries, slip/trip and falls, dog bite injuries, and catastrophic injuries and fatalities. His practice encompasses all facets of representation, including pre-litigation advice and counsel through trial, on behalf of a variety of institutional clients, including Real Estate Investment Trusts, retailers, property owners and management companies, and public utilities.

Prior to joining Andrews • Lagasse • Branch & Bell LLP, Mr. Subramanian was an associate at a prominent California real estate law firm, where he represented commercial and residential property owners and management companies in premises, habitability, and wrongful termination claims. At his prior firm, Mr. Subramanian traveled the state presenting seminars and educating clients on workplace and sexual harassment prevention. He has also worked as a prosecutor for the offices of the Los Angeles City Attorney and the City of Long Beach.

Mr. Subramanian obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 2003 where he was a member of the men’s soccer team. He received his J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2012, where he graduated cum laude and was an editor with the University of Baltimore Law Forum.

Prior to attending law school, Mr. Subramanian was a professional soccer coach and earned his Master’s in Sports Management and Administration from the Fédération International de Football Association (FIFA).

Mr. Subramanian can be contacted at:

Andrews • Lagasse • Branch & Bell LLP
626 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1000, Los Angeles CA  90017
(ph) 213.817.9156
(f) 213.817.9159
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