The firm was established as Greco & Traficante in 1986, and became Greco Traficante Schulz & Brick in 2007. Founding Partners Clyde Greco (retired) and Paul Traficante (Of Counsel) stepped back in 2019 and Michael Rogaski was added as a new Partner, resulting in a true changing of the guard. While the name change to Schulz Brick & Rogaski reflects the major changes to the firm, our commitment is, and will remain, to continue the established traditions the community has come to expect from the attorneys and staff of this firm. Our vision for the future of the firm is to continue to exemplify the concept of Big Firm Results – Small Firm Service. Here, every member of our team is committed 100 percent to maintaining that course into the next decade and beyond. Our new identity reflects that commitment.
Real Property Litigation
Litigation for the Construction Industry
Insurance Coverage, Analysis, and Opinions
Serious Personal Injury
A new firm has emerged from the foundation laid by its founding partners. Although the Old Guard has retired, Schulz Brick & Rogaski continues a strong tradition of achieving superior results for its clients.
Chicken ranch's stockpile of manure a nuisance, plaintiffs pled. The plaintiffs alleged that the defendants allowed dust, flies and odors to emanate from the ranch. The defendants contended that the operations of the ranch were within the standard of care for such facilities in San Diego County and were at all times in compliance with the San Diego County ordinance concerning fly breeding.
If Problem-Solving and Open Communication Are Beneficial, Then the Benefits Are to Peter Schulz’s Clients and Referring Partners. “I have always been drawn to the thought process one goes through in the practice of law.” Schulz Brick & Rogaski's Managing Partner Peter J. Schulz says. Perhaps it runs in the family. The Wisconsin native’s father is a trial lawyer, so advocacy may be in his blood.