Our law firm was founded by Karnig Kerkonian and Elizabeth Al-Dajani, who together share over 40 years of experience. Since its founding only six years ago, our firm has litigated over 90 state, federal and international cases and represented over 130 businesses in their corporate work.
Our work spans four continents and multiple jurisdictions, and our growth is targeted at constantly delivering our attentive and powerful lawyering to individuals and businesses doing amazing things. In 2018, we welcomed a retired federal judge to join our firm and, in 2021, we proudly expanded the firm to California with a trial partner who has handled high-profile and complex criminal and fraud matters.
Years Since Founding
We practice law with a genuine resolve for efficacy and efficiency, each turn necessarily swift and powerful, yet meticulous and resourceful.
We specialize in appeals in all areas of the law and advise trial lawyers in perfecting their record for possible future appeal.
Our strategic litigation practice is marked by steel resolve and advocacy to reach targeted outcomes in state and federal trial courts.
We serve as outside counsel and specialize in corporate legal services to those entering, exiting and maintaining their businesses.
Our international legal practice covers both litigation in national and international courts, as well as corporate transactions and arbitration.
Our Work Spans the Globe
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OP-ED | In Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh), the Answer is Self-Determination Not Subjugation
Original Article published in zartonkmedia.com Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh), a self-governing enclave in the South Caucasus, remains under total blockade by Azerbaijan. Over 120,000 Armenians—including 30,000 children—are on the brink of an unspeakable humanitarian catastrophe as...
Commentary by Karnig Kerkonian: The West cannot turn a blind eye as Azerbaijan sets up Armenians for slaughter
Originally Published in the Chicago Tribune, Dec. 28, 2022 While we’re focused on Ukraine, a brutal dictatorship in the South Caucasus is testing the world’s resolve: Since Dec. 12, Azerbaijani operatives have blocked the only road, known as the Lachin Corridor, connecting the...
Class action: Chicago denied refunds to people who prepaid for water services
Originally Published in Cook County Record, August 23, 2022 The city of Chicago has wrongly refused to provide refunds to people who paid online for their unmetered water service in advance, as the city required, according to a new class action lawsuit. On Aug. 16, attorney...