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Buchalter

Aaron M. Levine

Aaron M. Levine

Attorney

Expertise

  • Litigation

WSG Practice Industries

Activity

Buchalter
California, U.S.A.

Profile

Aaron Levine is an attorney in the firm’s Los Angeles office. Mr. Levine, whose practice is focused on complex commercial and intellectual property litigation, has experience handling all phases of litigation from inception through resolution. His clients include multinational corporations, energy companies, financial institutions, apparel companies, fashion designers, technology companies, and small business owners.

Mr. Levine was selected by Super Lawyers Magazine as a 2020 Rising Star.

 

Bar Admissions

  • California

Education

  • Loyola Law School
  • University of Southern California
Areas of Practice

Intellectual Property Law | Litigation

Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

Mr. Levine’s representative matters include:

  • Served as the lead attorney in an arbitration involving competing breach of contract claims between a well-known apparel company and its domestic distributor, which resulted in a six-figure award on behalf of Mr. Levine’s client and a complete defense against the distributor’s cross-complaint.
  • Served as the Second chair attorney in a jury trial involving a dispute over ownership interests in a California corporation, which resulted in a multi-million dollar judgment, and an award of attorneys’ fees and costs, in favor of Mr. Levine’s client.
  • Served as the Second-Chair attorney in an arbitration, involving a dispute between an online retailer and the company hired to develop and manage its customer relationship management (CRM) software, which resulted in an award of more than one million dollars, plus attorneys’ fees, in favor of Mr. Levine’s client.
  • Defended apparel manufacturer in connection with copyright and trademark infringement.
  • Represented an investor in a Broadway musical in a profit-participation dispute with the show’s creator.
  • Represented an energy company in multi-party litigation involving a dispute over the right to enforce an easement.

Articles

  • Ninth Circuit Decision Solidifies the Importance of Adhering to Registration Formalities


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