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Casey Johnson Authors Cover Story of OCTLA’s The Gavel: Navigating the Waters of Pool Injury Cases

When catastrophic injuries and drownings take place in private and public pools, who is held accountable? Incredibly informative and expertly crafted by Aitken Aitken Cohn’s own Casey Johnson, the cover story of the Summer 2016 OCTLA The Gavel highlights the complexities in handling pool injury cases. Titled “Navigating the Waters of Pool Injury Cases,” Casey… read more

OCBJ Names Aitken Aitken Cohn One of the Best Places to Work

Whether it’s the clients we represent or the community we live in, our firm is dedicated to helping. For the second year in a row, Aitken Aitken Cohn has been recognized as one of the 2016 Best Places to Work in Orange County! Competing against the thousands of exceptional companies located in Orange County, including technology,… read more

Wylie Aitken Named a Top Plaintiff Lawyer in California Again for 2016

With an illustrious career as a trial attorney in the State of California, Wylie Aitken continues to be acknowledged for his extraordinary litigation skills and his beneficial contributions to society. Recognizing Wylie’s accomplishments, the Daily Journal has once again named Wylie as one of their Top 30 Plaintiffs Lawyers in all of California. Wylie was… read more

Wylie & Bette Aitken Championing Education: Featured in Modern Luxury Magazine!

One of Orange County’s premier magazines, Modern Luxury recently featured Wylie and Bette Aitken for their long history of philanthropy in the community, specifically their support of Chapman University, non-profit organizations, and the Arts! Presented in a question and answer format, the two page spread covers Wylie and Bette’s answers to an insightful variety of… read more

Food Poisoning Outbreak at Local OC Restaurant: Atticus Featured in OC Register!

The OC Register recently published an article regarding lawsuits filed against a local and national restaurant food chain True Food Kitchen after Orange County residents became violently ill. Representing two of these victims, Aitken Aitken Cohn’s Atticus Wegman was highlighted by the OC Register as one of the attorneys working to prosecute these claims. In… read more

The Fatal Cost of Fraternity Hazing: Richard Cohn Featured in the New York Times and NBC News

What happens when the “fun and games” turn deadly? Ten years ago, AAC Partner Richard Cohn was secured by the family of Kenny Luong to represent them in a case of wrongful death by a fraternity hazing ritual against Lambda Phi Epsilon. Now following the announcement that prosecutors are planning to criminally charge members of… read more

COAST Magazine and AVVO Partner Up to Feature Top Attorneys for 2015: Aitken Aitken Cohn is Featured Yet Again!

Aitken Aitken Cohn attorneys have once again made AVVO’s annual “Top Attorneys” list, making it the third “Top” list this year! The annual AVVO Top Attorneys list was published in this month’s COAST magazine. Proving that the firm continues to add only the best talent around, associates Atticus Wegman and Michael Penn have joined the… read more

Wylie and Bette Aitken Featured in COAST Magazine

Alone, Wylie is known for his legal prowess and keen litigation skills, but when he is with Bette, his wife of over 50 years, they are known as the power couple of philanthropy and the arts. In this month’s COAST Magazine, Wylie and Bette were featured not once, but twice, in the prominent publication for… read more

Ashleigh Aitken Spends her Summer Busier than a Weatherman in a Tornado

With great power comes great responsibilities, and for Ashleigh Aitken, those responsibilities came in the form of bacon wrapped turkey legs, dinner awards ceremonies, and community functions. This year, not only was Ashleigh sworn in as President of the OCBA, but she was also appointed as Chairwoman of the OC Fair and Events Center Board… read more

Casey Johnson Shares His Insights Regarding the Lack of LGBT Judges and Justices in the California Legal System

On Op-ed by AAC partner Casey Johnson was recently published in the VoiceofOC regarding the challenges that still persist within the California Judicial system when it comes to LGBT equality. “It is both ironic and sad that the very judicial institutions that we rely upon for our equality are themselves unequal and un-inclusive of LGBT… read more