Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Ray Aghaian Recognized as One of Los Angeles’ Most Influential Minority Lawyers
LOS ANGELES (September 23) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Partner Raymond Aghaian was named one of Los Angeles Business Journal’s Most Influential Minority Lawyers.
The Los Angeles Business Journal selected only 40 of the “stellar minority attorneys in the L.A. region” and highlighted the recent success in each honorees’ practice.
Mr. Aghaian focuses his practice on white collar criminal defense, cybersecurity, complex civil litigation, and internal investigations. He served as an Assistant United States Attorney with the Department of Justice in the Central District of California where he was a member of the Cyber & Intellectual Property Crimes Section.
Mr. Aghaian was also selected as one of the “Most Influential Lawyers in White Collar & Cyber Crimes Law” in 2015 by the Los Angeles Business Journal. His experience in the area of cybersecurity has been recognized by leading news outlets such as The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post.
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