Sacramento, CA – September 14, 2022 – Former San Francisco Deputy City Attorney Britt Strottman has joined Singleton Schreiber in the firm’s Sacramento office as a partner.
Ms. Strottman will help lead the firm’s public entity environmental practice group which specializes in litigation against corporations for wrongdoing. Having spent over 20 years representing state and local governments, as both in-house and outside counsel, Britt is uniquely positioned to represent governmental entities in high-stakes litigation.
After working on the tobacco litigation and sub-prime mortgage issues as a senior assistant attorney general in Ohio, Britt then represented over 40 California cities and counties in opioid and fire litigation, culminating in a $1 billion settlement with PG&E for the North Bay and Camp Fires. Her knowledge of complex litigation, as well as her ability to resolve eight, nine and ten-figure lawsuits, puts her in a unique class of attorneys.
Several legal publications and peer organizations have honored Ms. Strottman for her work with various awards, including:
- Northern California’s Best Lawyers, The Best Lawyers in America©, 2021
- Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Trial lawyers The National Trial Lawyers, 2020-2021
- Top 100 Lawyers, Daily Journal, 2017
- Energy Trailblazers, The National Law Journal, 2017
- Top 100 Women Lawyers, Daily Journal, 2017
- Top 100 Lawyers, Daily Journal, 2016
- Top 100 Women Lawyers, Daily Journal, 2015
- Top 20 under 40, Daily Journal, 2015
- Giant Slayer award, The Recorder, Litigation Department of the Year Contest, 2015
- Top Women Lawyers, Daily Journal, 2014
“Britt is a tremendous litigator who is going to help us fight on behalf of our clients like never before,” said Managing Partner Gerald Singleton. “We’re so proud to have her join our already stellar team of attorneys, and we expect that opposing counsel will truly take note whenever they have to sit across from such a fierce advocate of the injured, wounded and traumatized.”
“I’ve admired Singleton Schreiber from afar, watching them hold corporations responsible for some seriously egregious behavior,” said Ms. Strottman. “I’m excited to join this team and help them in their pursuit of justice for so many fire victims and injury victims.”
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