The vast majority of businesses and business people are in business for some purpose other than prosecuting or defending themselves in litigation. Let’s face it, litigation is a distraction for you and your team, and a significant cost center. As small business owners ourselves, we appreciate these nuances while never losing site of the importance of protecting your business. With those ideal always in mind, we work diligently, but efficiently and cost-effectively, to find or create real-world solutions to your litigation need, so you can return to “business as usual” sooner.
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We represent investors and institutions in FINRA, JAMS and AAA arbitrations, administrative proceedings, and state and federal court actions. Whether you are an investor reeling from undeserved investment losses, an institution involved in a dispute with your trading partner, or an institution or employee accused of wrongdoing by an investor or regulator, we have the experience to protect you.


We represent businesses and business owners  in breach of contract disputes, shareholder derivative lawsuits, trade secret and intellectual property litigation, non-competes, labor and employment litigation, breach of employment contract litigation, fraud litigation, breach of fiduciary duty litigation, negligence claims, and internal and external investigations.


Financial elder abuse is one of the fastest growing areas of the law, affecting one of the most vulnerable sectors of our society. California’s elder abuse statutes provide extra protections to those 65 years of age and older who were victimized by the fraud or theft, most often a “loved one” who takes advantage of mom, dad, aunt, uncle, grandma or grandpa’s incapacity.

Kevin Yang is an associate in the Orange County office of RMO LLP. Kevin focuses on three areas of litigation: (1) representing businesses, business owners, directors, executives, members, officers, partners and shareholders in business litigation and commercial disputes, and in internal and external investigations; (2) representing beneficiaries, professional and corporate fiduciaries (administrators, executors, trustees, conservators, and guardians) in contested trust, estate and probate litigation; and (3) representing individual and institutional investors, executives, and financial institutions in securities and financial services litigation.