Margaret A. Hosking

Partner

margaret.hosking@bbklaw.com

Tel: (951) 826-8359

Location(s)

At a Glance

Peggy’s business law practice emphasizes mergers and acquisitions and commercial real estate transactions.
 
She also practices all facets of equine law.
 
Peggy is on the Commercial Real Estate Women-Inland Empire Chapter Board.
 

Margaret “Peggy” A. Hosking practices general business law, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions and commercial real estate transactions. A partner in the Business practice group of the Riverside office of Best Best & Krieger LLP, she also practices all facets of equine law.
 
Originally from the East Coast, Peggy interned during her junior year of college at Merrill Lynch International Bank in London and studied at the London School of Economics before continuing her studies in Sienna and Florence, Italy. She was also the Marymount Equestrian Team captain and represented the team in regional and national finals. While in law school, Peggy participated in the disability rights program at the Western Law Center for Disability Rights and she was Chapter Justice for the Ford Chapter of the Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity.
 
She is admitted to the U.S. District Court for the Central, Southern and Eastern districts of California. She is admitted to practice law in the State of California. Peggy and her husband, James Hosking, live in Norco.
  
Education

  • Loyola Law School, J.D.
  • Marymount College Tarrytown, B.S., international business and finance

 

Best in Law: How a Business Owner Can Weigh Buying vs. Leasing
Authored Articles & Publications Aug 08, 2016

Best in Law: How a Business Owner Can Weigh Buying vs. Leasing

BB&K Partner Peggy Hosking Examines the Pros and Cons of Both in the Riverside Press-Enterprise

New California Energy Use Disclosure Program for Commercial and Multifamily Buildings Approved
Legal Alerts Nov 09, 2015

New California Energy Use Disclosure Program for Commercial and Multifamily Buildings Approved

Current Disclosure Requirements for Building Owners and Tenants Repealed

  • “New ADA Accessibility Law: Applicability to Local Agencies & Commercial Property Owners/Lessors,” BB&K Legal Alert, Dec. 3, 2012
  • “New Human Trafficking Law Applies To Businesses in California,” Riverside Press-Enterprise, Jan. 29, 2012
  • “Business Owners Should Act Soon to Write Off Equipment and Machinery,” Riverside Press-Enterprise, Nov. 6, 2011
  • “Selling a Business Takes Savvy,” Riverside Press-Enterprise, Sep. 11, 2011
  • “Recent Appellate Court Decision May Lead to Increased Liability for Horse Trainers, Coaches,” The Equestrian News, Feb. 8, 2011
  

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