Moez Kaba and Vicki Chou have been named among the “Minority Leaders of Influence: Attorneys” by the Los Angeles Business Journal for the second consecutive year.
“Mr. Kaba has stacked up an enviable record of trial and appellate victories,” noted editors. Mr. Kaba has prevailed in trials and arbitrations across the nation, including, most recently, a complete win – on all claims – for Amazon in a breach of contract and tortious interference suit brought against it by eBay, and a complete defense verdict for renowned research university California Institute of Technology after a four-week jury trial in a $65 million+ tortious interference and whitstleblower case.
Ms. Chou, “a recognized rising star and accomplished trial lawyer,” represents individuals and companies in high stakes business disputes and criminal matters, including complex commercial litigation, intellectual property matters, SEC enforcement actions, and white collar criminal defense. Ms. Chou served as an assistant United States attorney in the Central District of California in both the Criminal and National Security Divisions and was a deputy chief.
The Los Angeles Business Journal recognized lawyers considered to be particularly impactful on the legal scene while serving as trusted advisors in the LA region, along with maintaining the highest professional and ethical standards, and for contributions to the Los Angeles business and legal community at large.
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