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Izabella Harutyunyan

Associate

CA – Los Angeles area
T: 626.683.5099 | F: 626.683.1113

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Izabella concentrates her practice in the area of business law, and has experience negotiating contracts on behalf of her clients.

Prior to joining Litchfield Cavo LLP, Izabella was a legal analyst at an accounting and tax firm in California where she performed research on federal and state tax regulations, and provided counsel for clients. After earning her law degree at the University of California, Irvine School of Law, she was a legal assistant at a non-profit organization where she focused on immigration law. During this time, Izabella handled client intake, assisted with drafting and submitting immigration forms, tracked docket dates and contacted state consulates regarding client proceedings.

In additional to Izabella’s legal background in the United States, she gained experience as an attorney in Armenia. She represented non-profit organizations and assisted with several projects for the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR). There, Izabella drafted and submitted incident reports, and prepared complaints regarding voting rights and election violations. Her experience includes counseling at a nonprofit organization that advocates on behalf of people with disabilities. Izabella also has experience as in-house counsel at a company where she handled environmental public hearings and permits, contract negotiations with international and domestic suppliers, and intellectual property matters. She has additional experience as in-house counsel at a University and local municipality where she handled compliance, regulations and land use cases.

Practices

  • Obtained favorable judgment for a fish hatching and processing company client in an intellectual property case wherein the client’s trademark appeared to be similar to a cosmetic company’s trademark; the Court agreed with Izabella’s defense that both companies’ products were severely different, therefore making it impractical that the reasonable public could confuse the two, and ruled in favor of the client.