Wylie Aitken is featured in Fullerton News as Theta-Pi is honored as the top student history honor society in the nation

Wylie Aitken attributes the success of CSU Fullerton’s Theta-Pi chapter to the quality of the faculty – the best and brightest history professors, who built a solid foundation [at Cal State University Fullerton]. “For me, it was an amazing student experience that turned out to be an incredibly great educational opportunity that helped get me… read more

Groves Family Reunites with Rescuers and Give Thanks

AITKEN AITKEN COHN’S clients, the Groves family, were recently able to reunite with and personally thank the first responders who helped rescue Kelli and her two daughters following a horrific collision that left their mangled vehicle dangling from a bridge 100 feet above a canyon. This past May, the Groves family enjoyed a surprise reunion… read more

Consumer Attorneys of California’s annual Justice Day

On April 30, 2012, Aitken * Aitken * Cohn attorneys Ashleigh Aitken and Casey Johnson traveled to Sacramento to participate in the Consumer Attorneys of California’s annual Justice Day, to advocate for access to justice and consumers’ rights. The two day event was attended by over 200 attorneys from all over California and included meetings… read more

Atticus Wegman on budget reductions

Although California is home to the largest court system in the nation, with as many as 58 superior courts, the recent budget reductions and concern for further budget reductions have greatly affected the services offered and the court structure in general. To learn what efforts various organizations such as Open Courts Coalition are endeavoring to… read more

Atticus Wegman on Government Tort Cases

Government tort cases can be tricky business. From pleading statutory causes of action with particularity to responding to demurrers, there is an ‘art’ to ensuring that individuals injured as a result of a public entity’s negligence are justly compensated. In his article recently featured in the OCTLA Gavel, Spring 2012 edition, Atticus Wegman provides an… read more

FEATURED ON THE TODAY SHOW: Aitken * Aitken * Cohn’s ‘miracle’ clients and their rescuers

Aitken * Aitken * Cohn attorneys Michael Penn and Ashleigh Aitken were in New York City, coordinating at NBC’s request, a television press interview with client Kelli Groves and her two daughters. NBC’s Today Show aired the heroic rescue on May 8th at 7:30 a.m. Today Show host, Matt Lauer, interviewed Kelli about the dramatic… read more

Ashleigh Aitken Receives Congressional Recognition

Aitken Aitken Cohn is proud to announce that Ashleigh Aitken received a United States Congressional Certificate of Recognition for her public service and legal career accomplishments. Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (47th District, California) presented Ashleigh with her award in a ceremony held at the Anaheim Muzeo marking Women’s Appreciation Day on Wednesday, March 14, 2012.  Ashleigh… read more

Ominous Student Loan Debt Report Released By Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Don Lee of the Los Angeles Times recently highlighted an alarming March 5, 2012 report released by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. In his article titled, “College Debt A Looming Time Bomb” Lee notes that the report claims as many as 1 in 4 borrowers carried a past-due student loan balance in the… read more

Helicopter Collision Kills 7 Marines in Calif. Desert

News Source: The Associated Press by: Julie Watson–Photo credit (AP) AH-1W Cobra and UH-1 Huey collided during night training in an area near Yuma, AZ, Wednesday, officials said, carrying 6 service members based in Camp Pendleton–Image provided by the US Marines shows a UN-1 “Huey” helicopter SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Two Marine Corps helicopters collided… read more

3 Camp Pendleton Marines Dead, 1 Critical After Orange County Crash

News Source: LA Times Three Marines were killed and one was hospitalized in critical condition after the car they were in struck a tree in Orange County, the Sheriff’s Department said Tuesday. The car, a 2005 Dodge Stratus, was moving at a high speed northbound on Golden Lantern Street in Dana Point at 2:05 a.m…. read more