Lori Carver Hershorin, CEO

Chief Executive Officer

Lori Carver Hershorin is a licensed attorney practicing in the real estate arena for over 20 years.  From complex fraud issues to vesting matters, Ms. Hershorin has cured thousands of title problems for title insurers, lenders, developers, mortgage brokers, escrow companies, and private individuals. Ms. Hershorin has additionally litigated all facets of real estate issues including, but not limited to, lien priority issues, equitable subrogation, boundary line disputes, encroachment problems, lender liability causes of action, escrow negligence, mortgage fraud, mechanic's liens, and title insurance bad faith. She also is a certified Court-Mediator for Orange County and Riverside County as well as an Arbitrator for the Orange County Bar Association for attorney fee disputes.

Ms. Hershorin has successfully defended 18 out of 18 appeals over the last 20 years, and is responsible for the first published decision in the state of California concerning the definition of “lack of access” under a title insurance policy, and sub-escrow duties of a title insurance company, found in the published decisions entitled Magna Enterprises v. Fidelity National Title Insurance Co. (2002) 104 Cal. App.4th 122 and Markowitz v. Fidelity National Title Insurance Company (2006) 142 Cal. App. 4th 508.

Ms. Hershorin began her legal career in 1991 at the prestigious Law Firm of McDermott, Will & Emery.  As an associate, she worked on real property cases, contract disputes, employment issues and business disputes.

She thereafter joined the Law Firm of Lewis D’Amato, Brisbois & Bisgaard wherein she worked on numerous mortgage fraud cases, real estate disputes and breach of contract cases.  In 1995, Ms. Hershorin became a member of the legal department of Fidelity National Title Insurance Company, a Fortune 300 company traded on the New York Stock Exchange.  At that time, she was an Assistant Vice-President and Associate Counsel, and litigated hundreds of cases involving real property issues (title and escrow), fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, insurance bad faith, business issues, breach of contract, complex business and partnership disputes, and probate issues.  She also supervised outside counsel and provided legal advice on a regular basis to the title and escrow operations concerning all topics including title and escrow law, labor and employment issues, operational issues, unfair competition claims, and employee theft.  Ms. Hershorin conducted several arbitrations and trials, and prepared for numerous trials that were settled before trial commenced.  Ms. Hershorin has conducted hundreds of depositions and has drafted all forms of pleadings and discovery. 

In January 2000, Ms. Hershorin was promoted by Fidelity to a Vice-President, Senior Litigation Counsel and Litigation Manager for the Southwestern Region.  While continuing to litigate in the areas of real estate, title, escrow, insurance bad faith and business disputes, Ms. Hershorin additionally assumed responsibility for the litigation departments in Southern California and Las Vegas, Nevada.  Her management role entailed supervising litigation attorneys and staff, interfacing with claims attorneys, developing budgets, controlling expenses and costs, and interfacing with upper management on pending and potential litigation.

In 2003, Ms. Hershorin became an equity partner of Hershorin & Henry, LLP.  She represents both corporate and individual clients in real estate, title, escrow, business and employment matters and currently advises several corporations with regard to employment disputes and business matters. 

In 2008, Ms. Hershorin opened Title Resolution Services, and along with her staff, has successfully resolved thousands of title issues.

Ms. Hershorin is currently a member of the Orange County Bar Association within the Litigation, Insurance and Labor Sections.  She is also a member of the Riverside County Bar Association and CLTA.

Ms. Hershorin was admitted to practice in California and Indiana in 1991.  She was admitted to practice in the U.S. Central and Southern District Courts of California in 1992.

Ms. Hershorin obtained her Juris Doctor degree from Indiana University School of Law, Indianapolis, in 1991 where she served as a “Note Development Editor” for the Indiana Law Review, as well as was appointed to the order of the Barristers.