Bart Kaspero is one of Orange County’s top trial attorneys, with an outstanding reputation in litigation, and having successfully tried many complex criminal cases. Mr. Kaspero’s expertise also includes international trade and commerce, crypto-currency, cannabis law matters, and blockchain programming.
Bart used his leadership skills and reputable legal skills to manage a consulting firm representing and assisting Vietnamese, Korean, and Chinese owned businesses in obtaining commercial licenses. His scope of work included conditional use permits, general plan amendments, zoning amendments, building code violations, ABC licensing, and many other difficult obstacles faced by international businesses.
His career began in Riverside County as a state-appointed attorney litigating both felony and misdemeanor cases to verdict. In just one year he led 15+ trials that concluded with full acquittals and hung verdicts for his clients. Mr. Kaspero has been in private practice for the last 12 years.
In 2016, Bart earned special certification in BI/DW from UCI. More specifically, by definition ‘the term Business Intelligence (BI) refers to technologies, applications and practices for the collection, integration, analysis, and presentation of business information. Doing this eventually led him to develop numerous data mining and analytical tools. He then wrote and published research papers in several journals related to his criminal record privacy and data warehouse knowledge.
Presently, Mr. Kaspero utilizes his expertise in international customs/tariffs laws to navigate compliance, minimize duties owed, and mitigate penalties imposed on importers. Bart’s efforts to guide the Firm’s clients through the cutting-edge and ever-changing world of international trade and innovative businesses are an extremely unique and valuable resource.
Mr. Kaspero attended the University of California in Irvine (UCI) for Clinical Psychology, studying human memory, personality theory, and social dynamics. He graduated with Cum Laude Honors and a Bachelor’s degree in Clinical Psychology. Shortly after graduating, Bart eagerly accepted an employment offer from E*Trade. After his time with the company, he left and headed for Chapman School of Law in sunny Orange County, California. During his time at Chapman, he clerked for the Honorable Judge Ngo T. Nguyen (retired) in the West Justice Center for the California Superior Court. Mr. Kaspero interned with the City Attorney’s office for Newport Beach, where he earned trademark and copyright certifications.