Northern State California


457 Knollcrest Drive, Suite 130
Redding, CA 96002
530.722.9428 Fax

Northern California

2261 Lava Ridge Court
Roseville, CA 95661
916.780.9050 Fax

Central Valley

730 N. I Street, Suite 204
Madera, CA 93637
559.675.9050 Fax

Southern California


3401 Centrelake Drive, Suite 670
Ontario, CA 91761
909.937.2034 Fax

About Cota Cole & Associates

Cota Cole LLP is a law firm founded on a commitment to excellence. Our comprehensive public and private law practice provides our clients with the extensive experience of skilled attorneys with a proven record of success. With decades of experience, and the energy and enthusiasm of a growing and dynamic legal team, Cota Cole LLP provides personalized service and achieves superior results.

Cota Cole LLP attorneys advise and represent clients in matters involving litigation (including business and employment law), municipal law, environmental law (including agricultural law), and estate planning. We represent both public and private clients, and have practiced in courtrooms and board chambers and before administrative agencies throughout the state.

From our four strategically located offices in Northern California (Roseville), the Central Valley (Madera), Southern California (Ontario), plus the North State (Redding), we offer clients well reasoned and practical advice, solutions and representation, along with personalized attention to individual needs and goals. At Cota Cole LLP, we build long-term relationships with clients by providing timely, accurate, and cost-effective representation.


Cota Cole's fourth office opened for business in Redding in May 2013

Located at 457 Knollcrest Drive, Suite 130, Redding, California 96002, and the phone number is 530-722-9409.

Cota Cole's third office opened in Ontario in November 2012

Located at 3401 Centrelake Drive, Suite 670, Ontario, California 91761, the Ontario office has allowed us to better serve our Southern California clients. The office phone number is 909-230-4209.

Partner David Prentice was invited to testify before committee in favor of a bill to grant immunity to public agencies that conduct Proposition 218 hearings and are denied rate increases (SB 1120).