California Consumer Attorneys PC Welcomes New Attorney to Practice

Los Angeles, California – California Consumer Attorneys PC – CCA – is excited to introduce a new member to our esteemed team of attorneys. Mitchel Brim, joining us as an associate attorney, brings a wealth of experience to our team handling all aspects of lemon law litigation. With over 13 years of civil litigation experience, Mitchel has been a staunch advocate for California consumers, representing consumers in a wide range of lemon law claims.

From the initial stages to the final verdict, Mitchel is well-versed in all aspects of litigation. He has a proven track record of prosecuting and defending depositions throughout his career and has argued for various types of motions in courts across California, including those related to the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act. Mitchel has prepared cases for trial against various major manufacturers, including Mercedes-Benz USA, BMW North America, Ford Motor Company, Hyundai Motor America, Kia Motors America, and FCA.

Before practicing law, Mitchel graduated from Pitzer College, one of the prestigious Claremont Colleges, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business. He also received his law degree from Southwestern School of Law, earning a CALI Award in Negotiating and Counseling. Even before he was licensed to practice law in California, Mitchel had made significant contributions to the legal field, having published an article and drafted an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Please join us in welcoming Mitchel Brim to our team!

About the Author
Sepehr Daghighian is a partner with CCA that is well-versed in all aspects of lemon-law litigation. A 2005 graduate of Loyola Law School, Mr. Daghighian has been practicing litigation throughout the state of California for over 13-years. In this time, Mr. Daghighian has advocated on behalf of California consumers in hundreds of lemon law cases throughout our great state. Mr. Daghighian has also successfully tried numerous such cases to verdict in both Federal and State Court.