News and Press Releases
The Orange County Trial Lawyers Association swore in their 2016 incoming President, Vincent D. Howard, its 2016 Officers, and Members of the Board of Directors at a Gala in Newport this past weekend.
October 20, 2015
Howard Law, PC Helps Miller Elementary School Fifth Graders Experience Week-Long Field Trip
This past September, Vincent D. Howard of Howard Law, PC, learned through a conversation
with Miller Elementary School fifth grade teacher Genny Lord, that a week-long field
trip scheduled months in advance had suddenly been canceled because there was no school
money available to transport the fifth graders back and forth by bus. What happened next
will surely warm your heart:
October 16, 2015
Coast Magazine Names Attorney Vincent D. Howard of Howard Law, PC as a Top Attorney for 2015
September 17, 2015
Letters: Good lawyers supporting good legislation
Howard Law, P.C.'s commitment to the communities we serve is unwavering, We will always be part of the solution and never a part of the problem.
September 15, 2015
AVVO selects Vincent Howard as a Top Attorney in Orange County
as featured in Coast Magazine and the O.C. Register
August 31, 2015
Howard Law, P.C. Pledges Support for Local Charities and Non-Profit Groups
August 19, 2015
Orange County Attorney Vincent D. Howard of Howard Law, PC Given Avvo Highest Attorney Rating as Top Attorney for 2015
April 6, 2015
Vincent Howard of Howard Law PC, Selected for Placement on Nation's List of Distinguished Attorneys (as seen in the following publications across the country).
Vincent D. Howard is once again designated as a SuperLawyer for 2015
Two Law Firms…One Goal
Vincent D. Howard and Jennifer R. Johnson are featured in Legal Leaders: Southern California’s Top Rated Lawyers of 2014
January 10, 2013
New Rules Aim to Reduce Risky Home Loans
Vincent D. Howard weighs in on the newly enacted legislation, the Homeowner Bill of Rights, which creates rights for struggling homeowners.
January 7, 2013
Foreclosure-abuse Pact Draws Skepticism
Vincent D. Howard critiques the multi-billion dollar settlement which aims to compensate homeowners that suffered from foreclosure abuse.