Craig A. Fligor focuses on complex commercial litigation, managing all aspects of a case for a wide variety of clients.
During law school, Mr. Fligor was elected to Order of the Coif, served as online articles editor for The University of Chicago Law Review, and worked as a research assistant for Professors William Baude and Richard A. Epstein. As an undergraduate, he interned at the Florida State Attorney’s Office.
Representing the Houston Astros in a dispute related to the alleged sign-stealing conduct.
Representing Southern California Edison and Edison International in litigation arising out of the 2017 Thomas Fire, 2018 Montecito mudslides, 2018 Woolsey Fire, and 2020 Bobcat Fire.
Representing PacifiCorp in litigation arising out of the 2020 Labor Day fires in California and Oregon.
Conducted an independent investigation for the Board of Regents of the University of California into whistleblower allegations of improper governmental activities and retaliation.
Conducted an independent investigation for the Board of Directors of a Public Financial Services Company into allegations of executive misconduct and discrimination.
Representing a prominent Orange County businessman in connection with the Orange County District Attorney’s criminal investigation.
Represented a technology company in a lawsuit involving trademark, copyright, and false advertising claims.