Ashleigh Recognized by Best Lawyers in Women in Law Business Edition

Aitken Aitken Cohn is proud to announce Ashleigh Aitken was recognized by Best Lawyers in its Spring 2021 Women in Law Business Edition. The issue recognizes some of the top legal professionals in the legal community from throughout the country. Ashleigh was honored in the Personal Injury Litigation section for the Orange County (CA) region…. read more

Michael Recognized by Selective Service System for His Contributions to the Organization

Michael Penn was recognized by the Selective Service System for his contributions to the organization where he has been a longtime board member. Regional Director Steven L. Kett sent Michael a gracious letter and a certificate thanking him for his “dedication, commitment, and outstanding citizenship.” You can read the full letter below. Dear Mr. Penn… read more

Chris Receives Warm Review from Client Andrew P.

By Aitken Aitken Cohn Recently, a client gave Partner Chris Aitken a touching review thanking him for handling his case. In the review, the client, Andrew P., talks about some of the staples of the relationships Aitken Aitken Cohn makes sure to establish with our clients. That of trust, communication, and results. Oftentimes, going through… read more

Wylie Aitken Joins the Live@5 Show with Jerry Sullivan

By Aitken Aitken Cohn Aitken Aitken Cohn Founder Wylie Aitken joined Jerry Sullivan for his monthly Live@5 Show to talk about his work with Chapman University to push forward many of the university’s diversity initiatives, including the recently established Wylie A. Aitken Professor of Law, Race, and Social Justice. To watch the entire interview, watch… read more

Inaugural Wylie A. Aitken Professor of Law, Race, and Social Justice Selected by Chapman University

By Aitken Aitken Cohn Aitken*Aitken*Cohn is proud to announce Firm Founder Wylie A. Aitken established a new professorship at Chapman University’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law in efforts to further the university’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice. The inaugural Wylie A. Aitken Professor of Law, Race, and Social Justice will be… read more

Firm Attains $11 Million Settlement on Behalf of Quadriplegic Victim in Pool Accident

By Aitken Aitken Cohn Partners Rich Cohn and Casey Johnson secured an $11,000,000 settlement on behalf of a 20-year-old client who was rendered a quadriplegic after diving into an unsafe HOA swimming pool. Isaac L., the client, was visiting his father at his condominium for a family pool BBQ. After visiting with family in the… read more

Megan Demshki Will Host Two Upcoming RCBA Events

By Aitken Aitken Cohn Megan Demshki will host two upcoming Riverside County Bar Association virtual events. Megan is a Barrister for the organization and has played a prominent role in many of the monthly virtual event it hosts. The first event is the Civil Litigation Roundtable with Judge Craig Riemer. It will take place on… read more

Client Leaves Glowing Review for Chris Aitken

Chris Aitken recently received a glowing review from one of his clients. The review outlines the very thing Aitken Aitken Cohn stands for: Our Clients Are Family. It’s a testament to the work the firm does for our clients, and the lengths we will go to to ensure they are taken care of. Read the… read more

Atticus Wegman Secures $775,000 Settlement for Motor Vehicle Accident Client

By Aitken Aitken Cohn Atticus Wegman secured a $775,000 settlement on the eve of arbitration for a client that injured his back in two motor vehicle crashes just two weeks apart. Atticus had the difficult task of apportioning the injuries between the crashes. This unfortunate sequence of events began when the client was a passenger… read more

2020 Racial Justice Legislative Review: The Limits of the Outrage Surrounding George Floyd (OC Lawyer Magazine)

This piece was originally published in the February 2021 issue of OC Lawyer Magazine. By Casey Johnson and Michael A. Gregg The year 2020 will forever be associated with the devastation of COVID-19. Institutions throughout the country had to adapt during unprecedented times to continue to function as best they could. The California legislature was… read more