John D. Wilson has been an attorney in California since 1980, and focuses his practice in the areas of escrow litigation, real estate and real property, business law, and construction litigation.  Mr. Wilson has successfully handled Davis & Davis, LLP's escrow cases that have proceeded to trial, including jury trials spanning greater than thirty days.

Mr. Wilson is currently an arbitrator for the Los Angeles County Bar Association's Dispute Resolution Services, having received recognition for his handling of disputes between attorney and client.  From 1986 to 1987, Mr. Wilson served as Judge Pro Tem for the Los Angeles Small Claims Court; and he has also made appearances as a guest lecturer, delivering a speech on 'Mock Trial for Escrow Offices' at the Escrow Institute of California in 1995 and on 'Anatomy of a Lawsuit, Forcing Your Opponent to Show All the Cards Through Discovery,' at the Beverly Hills Bar Association in 1998.

Mr. Wilson is a member of numerous professional associations, including the Business Law and Real Property Sections of the Beverly Hills Bar Association, the Business Law, Construction Law and Real Property Law Sections of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, and the State Bar of California.

Mr. Wilson was admitted to the California Bar in 1980, and in 1981 was admitted to the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.  He graduated cum laude from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree with an emphasis in philosophy and economics.  Mr. Wilson received his law degree from the University of West Los Angeles, graduating second in his class with honors.