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From Sea to Shining Sea: Aitken Aitken Cohn Travels to Speak at 2015 CAOC Conferences

Partner Casey Johnson Attends the 2015 CAOC ConventionAitken Aitken Cohn attorneys flew to San Francisco to offer their legal expertise to more than 200 of their fellow trial lawyers at the Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC)‘s 2015 Annual Convention earlier this month. This year’s conference was especially memorable because it marked the first-ever “Congress of… read more

Operation Helping Hands: Help the Homeless this Season

“No matter how big your house is, how recent your car is or how big your bank account is, our graves will be the same size.” While many of us are able to reflect on a year full of prosperity, joy, and laughter, half a million people in the United States will be looking back… read more

Register Quickly to Hear Atticus Wegman Speak!

Paralegals: When did you last set aside time for your professional development or brushed up on your legal knowledge? In such a rapidly changing field, it is not only preferable, it is vital to maintain a working knowledge of the latest developments in the law and the profession. With his usual wit, intelligence, and humor,… 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

T-Minus One Week: Tee Off to End Domestic Violence

Approximately 1.3 million women and 835,000 men are physically assaulted by an intimate partner every year in the United States. Recognizing the lack of services available to victims in the Orange County area, Laura’s House was formed in 1994 with the dream of building a safe shelter. Twenty-one years later, Laura’s House continues to be… read more

Bring out the Champagne: Aitken Aitken Cohn named a Best Place to Work!

“The truest drive comes from doing what you love” and that certainly rings true for the crew at Aitken Aitken Cohn where we are celebrating our debut as one of Orange County’s Best Places to Work. With literally thousands of boutique businesses in Orange County, being chosen as the top 13th best place to work… read more

Celebrate the LGBT Legal Community at the Most-Talked About Party of the Year!

With the legalization of same-sex marriages across America last month, 2015 is turning out to be a historic year for LGBT rights advancement. Recognizing the importance of this year and celebrating the LGBT community, Aitken Aitken Cohn extends an invitation to join the Orange County Lavender Bar Association (OCLBA) as it celebrates its Fifth Anniversary,… read more

Darren Aitken Speaks at Last Month’s OCTLA Education Program

At Aitken Aitken Cohn, our attorneys constantly stay relevant and involved in the legal community. Last month, Partner Darren Aitken and the Honorable Judge Ronald Bauer were asked to present an in-depth discussion on the rulings on Corenbaum  v. Lampkin and Ochoa v. Dorado, and how those rulings can impact fellow attorneys’ cases at trial…. read more