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Curtis A. Graham, Partner

310.255.6153 |   310.255.6253 |
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Curtis A. GrahamMr. Graham represents clients in a variety of litigation and business matters. His clients include distributors of computer components and other high technology products, real estate brokerages, property management companies, advertising companies and manufacturers, among others.

Wide-ranging experience

His experience includes breach of contract; trademark and trade dress infringement; unfair competition and trade secret disputes; and real estate related litigation, including development, construction defect and land planning challenges. Mr. Graham has also advised clients on product liability, franchisor-franchisee disputes and copyright infringement matters.

Teacher and speaker

Mr. Graham teaches courses in business, business law and critical thinking. He also is a frequent speaker to business groups on various topics ranging from litigation to general commercial matters.


Mr. Graham has been awarded an AV Preeminent® Rating by Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review, the highest rating in legal ability and ethical standard. He has been named to the Southern California Super Lawyers list by Super Lawyers Magazine in the field of Business Litigation.

Attorney Education


J.D., University of Pennsylvania Law School

B.A., magna cum laude, University of California Irvine

Attorney Admited to Practice


Professional & Community Involvement

American Bar Association

Los Angeles County Bar Association

Beverly Hills Bar Association

Public Counsel | Board of Directors

Judge Pro Tempore | Los Angeles Municipal Court | 1993 to present

Mad About Rising Crime | Corporate Counsel

Los Angeles Children’s Museum | Board of Trustees


Presentations & Publications

Appraisal Institute National Convention | July 11, 2013
"How and Where to Find the Best Real Estate Buys in Today's Market" | Dynamics Capital's "The Smart Real Estate Investor's" Seminar | January 2, 2013
Appraisal Institute Convention | August 8, 2012