Kamran B. Ahmadian

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Associate

Los Angeles
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Overview

Kamy Ahmadian represents businesses and institutions in a wide range of litigation matters, including product liability, consumer class action and complex commercial litigation.

Experienced in all aspects of litigation in both state and federal courts, he is highly skilled in legal research, the drafting of briefs and all aspects of pre-trial discovery. Kamy is a firm believer in pro bono work and maintains an active docket of cases for a variety of clients.

Select Experience

  • Represented a variety of clients in complex litigation and class actions, including the defense of consumer class actions, antitrust cases, mass tort and product liability claims, and commercial disputes.
  • Drafted pleadings and motions in both federal and California state court, took and defended fact depositions, prepared client representatives and expert witnesses for deposition and trial, conducted and responded to discovery, and drafted client memorandums.
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Experience

  • Represented a variety of clients in complex litigation and class actions, including the defense of consumer class actions, antitrust cases, mass tort and product liability claims, and commercial disputes.
  • Drafted pleadings and motions in both federal and California state court, took and defended fact depositions, prepared client representatives and expert witnesses for deposition and trial, conducted and responded to discovery, and drafted client memorandums.

Recognitions and Memberships

Memberships

  • Los Angeles County Bar Association
    • Armed Forces Committee

Pro Bono

  • Has performed well over 100 hours of pro bono legal work per year since 2018.

Prior Positions

  • The Honorable John A. Houston, U.S. District Court, Southern District of California: Federal District Law Clerk (2017 to 2018)
  • San Diego County District Attorney, Gangs South Bay/Misdemeanor Trial Team Vista Branch: Graduate Law Clerk (2017)

Military Service

  • U.S. Army: Military Police Officer (2007 to 2012)

Admissions

  • U.S. District Court, Central District of California
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of California
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of California
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of California
  • California

Education

  • J.D., California Western School of Law, 2016, magna cum laude; California Western Law Review, Executive Editor; California Western International Law Journal, Executive Editor
  • B.A., San Diego State University, 2014

Blog

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Class Action Lawsuit Defense
The U.S. Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Case Regarding Whether State Business Registration Requirements Can Create General Personal Jurisdiction
May 3, 2022
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to consider whether the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment prohibits a state from requiring a corporation to consent to personal jurisdiction as a condition to doing business in the state...
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AD-ttorneys Law Blog
What Is a PFAS, and Why Should I Care? Part II – Restaurants and Food Packaging and Potential Personal Injury Classes
By Kamran B. Ahmadian, Bethany G. Lukitsch, Matthew D. Thurlow
April 1, 2022
In our initial blog post, we introduced readers to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), known as “forever chemicals,” and predicted the rise of PFAS consumer class actions and increased regulatory activity barring the use of PFAS in...
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What is a PFAS, and Why Should I Care?
By Kamran B. Ahmadian, Bethany G. Lukitsch, Amy Ralph Mudge, Julie Singer Brady, Matthew D. Thurlow
March 9, 2022
We are bombarded with countless abbreviations every day – CPPA, GLBA, MSRP, SARS and BPA, to name just a few. Time to add one more to the list. Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, colloquially known as PFAS, are a class of more than 4,700...
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Class Action Lawsuit Defense
Concrete and Particularized Part II: What Spokeo May Mean for Class Actions
May 20, 2016
This blog post is the second in a series of posts that Baker & Hostetler LLP is devoting to the significant decision Robins v. Spokeo, No. 13-1339, 537 U.S. ___ (2016) (Spokeo). Monday’s post focused on Spokeo’s effect on privacy class...
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Class Action Lawsuit Defense
Supreme Court Holds That Plaintiffs Must Allege Concrete and Particularized Injury To Have Standing To Assert FCRA Claim
May 16, 2016
Today, the U.S. Supreme Court decided Robins v. Spokeo, Inc., which addressed the question of whether a plaintiff has satisfied Article III’s injury-in-fact standing requirement by alleging a statutory violation but no concrete injury. Our...
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