Frank M. Radoslovich founded Radoslovich Shapiro, PC Attorneys in 1995. His practice focuses on complex business cases and transactions. He has litigated to verdict or negotiated to resolution hundreds of cases throughout California involving such diverse matters as public and private construction projects, trade secrets, insurance bad faith, corporate and partnership disputes, employment, breach of contract, legal malpractice, white collar crime, embezzlement, fraud and many others. He will also take certain high-value business cases on a contingency-fee basis.
Frank has represented clients in criminal and quasi-criminal investigations in such matters as defense contracting, health care, wage and hour, homeland security, securities fraud and others. He has defended clients in investigations conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security, both the U.S. and California Departments of Labor, Department of Corporations, Department of Real Estate, Contractors State License Board and others.
Frank has also formed hundreds of entities and serves as outside general counsel to many of the region’s best-known businesses.
Represented a mining firm against a publicly traded company for breach of contract. Prevailed with a $9.1 million verdict after a three-week trial.
Represented a defendant land developer in a complex breach of fiduciary duty trial, accounting and fraud case. Prevailed on a $12.5 million claim.
Represented a plaintiff in a complex fraud and accounting case against a design firm for breach of fiduciary duty and fraud. Prevailed.
Represented a plaintiff in a complex business tort case against a nationwide background check company. The case was settled during the trial on highly favorable terms for the plaintiff.
Represented a plaintiff trucking company in an insurance bad-faith action against a cargo insurance carrier. After two weeks of successful pretrial rulings and a plaintiff’s verdict for breach of contract, a favorable settlement was reached on the tort cause of action during phase two of the trial.
Represented a plaintiff Architectural Control Committee in a two-week trial concerning a complex dispute over an application of Covenants Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs). The plaintiff prevailed and was awarded attorney’s fees.
Represented a client sued by a Fortune 100 company, which had hired two law firms to prosecute its action. The client cross-sued while on defense and received a highly favorable monetary settlement. The plaintiff took nothing.
Frank is a board member of Big Brothers Big Sisters, Sacramento. He is also a board member of Aspiranet, a not-for-profit family services agency providing foster care, adoption, group care, after-school programs and services to children and families throughout California. The firm, under his guidance, has provided volunteer and monetary support to numerous additional charitable causes since its founding. He is also a member of Vistage, a facilitated peer advisory group that helps CEOs, business owners and senior executives become better leaders, make better decisions and ultimately achieve better results.
Frank received his law degree from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 1992. In 1985 he earned a Bachelor of Arts in international relations from California State University, Chico.