Justin Ruedaflores represents business entities and individuals in complex litigation. His wide-ranging experience includes handling real estate and business litigation, as well as mass torts, employment law, and product liability disputes.

Justin provides clients with advice on everyday matters and, if necessary, protects their interests in litigation. Though he works primarily as a litigator, Justin finds it equally rewarding to advise clients on how to stay out of court.

Before joining Hinshaw, Justin bolstered his litigation experience with firms throughout California. Most recently, he practiced at a national insurance defense firm in Los Angeles, where he was a member of a highly-regarded complex trial team. Justin also practiced at a boutique law firm in Pasadena, California, where he worked on real estate, business litigation, and wrongful termination cases.

During law school, Justin was an active Moot Court participant. He was also involved in the Loyola Law School Project for the Innocent and the Student Body Association.


  • "A Two-Tiered Approach to Ensure Diverse Juries in California Could Change Peremptory Challenges As We Know It," Client Alert, October 5, 2020
  • "AB 1552: Pulled From Consideration By California Lawmakers," Client Alert, August 13, 2020
  • "California Considers Shifting Billions in Claims to Insurance Carriers: AB 1552, a Bold Proposal by Lawmakers to Cure the Pandemic Faced by California Businesses," Client Alert, July 8, 2020
  • "COVID-19: A Nightmarish Scenario for Elder and Assisted Living Facilities," Client Alert, May 6, 2020


In his free time, Justin loves spending time with his daughter. A true Californian, he also enjoys surfing.

Community/Civic Activities

  • Friends of Hancock Park Elementary, Board Member
  • Western Justice Center
    • Justice Awards Gala, Board Member

Service Areas

J.D., Loyola Law School Los Angeles, 2016

B.A., with distinction, University of Southern California, 2008