John W. Tulac is an international and general corporate attorney in private practice since 1977. He holds the prestigious “AV” rating for competence and ethics from Martindale Hubbell Law Directory, and is recognized in the Bar Register of Preeminent Attorneys as an expert in the field of international business law. Mr. Tulac has served on the board of directors of many corporations. He currently is a managing member of Claremont Pacific LLC, which provides consulting for oil and gas transactions and trade finance, and also Eagle Pacific, which supplies an organic, non-polluting soil conditioner that is a cost-effective alternative to traditional caustic chemical fertilizers. He is a principal member of DorfKrüg International (DKI), a strategic planning and project development company. He is a principal member of Four P LLC, which brings Chinese goods into the United States and exports goods from U.S. and Mexico to China.
Mr. Tulac recently completed service for ten years on the board of trustees of Don Bosco Technical Institute, where he also served as secretary and the school’s general counsel. Mr. Tulac is adjunct professor emeritus of international business law at Cal Poly Pomona where he has also taught business law, entrepreneurial law, law for engineers, and business organizations. He was the College of Business Faculty of the Year in international business two years in a row.
He is currently adjunct professor at University of La Verne College of Law, where he has taught international law, international arbitration & mediation, payment systems, corporations, agency and partnership, and legal writing. He is adjunct faculty in international business law for St. George’s University in Grenada. He was the founding Dean of Irvine University College of Law. He has served as a judge pro tem for Superior and Municipal courts in Los Angeles County and has been a professional mediator for over twenty years.