Plastiras & Terrizzi Announces Addition of Two New Associates

SAN RAFAEL, CA – Plastiras & Terrizzi, a San Rafael-based general civil law firm, has announced the expansion of its existing operations with the addition of two new attorneys with deep ties in the San Francisco Bay Area, Thane Schultz and John Corcoran.

“We’re thrilled with the addition of both Thane and John,” said managing partner Basil Plastiras.  “They are a great addition to the firm, and will allow us to expand into new practice areas, including family law and estate planning.”

A long-time resident of Marin County, Schultz has been practicing law since 2003, with a focus primarily on family law and general civil litigation. He also has experience working in construction defect, insurance defense, contract and real estate litigation, and medical malpractice.  Schultz also has extensive experience in business, having spent two years helping to run his family’s real estate development business in Australia.  Schultz is a graduate of the Santa Clara University School of Law and the University of San Francisco.

Corcoran joins Plastiras & Terrizzi after working for a law firm in Silicon Valley, where he focused on general civil litigation, small business representation, estate planning, employment law, and real estate law.  He previously worked as a public affairs consultant, working with various clients including as a consultant to the County of Marin on the successful effort to establish the Marin Energy Authority.

Earlier in his career, Corcoran served in the White House during the Clinton Administration as a Writer in the Office of Presidential Letters and Messages and as a Speechwriter and Press Aide in the Office of the Governor in Sacramento.  Corcoran is a graduate of the University of San Francisco School of Law and UC Santa Barbara, and he currently serves as a Planning Commissioner for the Town of Tiburon.

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