About Our Firm
John W. Tulac, Attorney at Law, focuses his law practice primarily on international business transactions and finance. Mr. Tulac is highly experienced in the negotiation and documentation of international transactions and projects throughout the world. Mr. Tulac works closely with clients and/or their general business and corporate attorneys to successfully prepare, negotiate, document, and perform international contracts. Mr. Tulac has over forty years of legal experience and has handled transactions in the billions of dollars.
Mr. Tulac also acts as outside general counsel to a select number of companies, many of which he has represented for over twenty years. Mr. Tulac also serves as a professional mediator of business disputes.
Mr. Tulac is adjunct professor emeritus of business law at Cal Poly Pomona, teaching courses since 1979 in international business law, engineering law, entrepreneurial law, business organizations, contracts, and general business law. He is former adjunct professor of law at University of La Verne College of Law, teaching courses in international business law, corporations, agency, payment systems, and international commercial arbitration and mediation. He is former adjunct faculty of law for St. Georges University, Grenada, teaching a course in international business law. He is the former and founding Dean of Irvine University College of Law (1993-95). He is a professional public speaker and has lectured extensively throughout the world at seminars, conferences, and symposia on legal, business, and mediation topics.
Mr. Tulac is recognized as one of the preeminent lawyers in the field of international law in California; he holds the highest rating (“a-v”) for competence and ethics from the prestigious Martindale Hubbell National Law Directory. He is a former judge pro tem, arbitrator, and mediator for the Los Angeles Superior Courts and an arbitrator for the State Bar’s attorney-client fee dispute resolution program. He is a member of the California, American, and Los Angeles County Bar Associations. He received his Juris Doctor degree in 1977 from Loyola Law School where he was a member of the law review.