Los Angeles – April 1, 2014 – TroyGould PC, a nationally recognized law firm for business, is pleased to welcome Aaron Bloom as a member of the firm’s Litigation Practice Group. Bloom began his legal career 13 years ago at Greenberg Glusker, where he advanced from summer clerk to partner. He has extensive experience handling a wide variety of entertainment, real estate and general business disputes for high-profile clients. Bloom has first chair bench and jury trial experience, and his clients look to him to handle all aspects of litigation including discovery and the enforcement of judgments.
“We are pleased to have Aaron join our litigation practice,” says Jeffrey Kramer, Chair of the Litigation Practice Group. “Our clients will benefit from his problem solving skills and efficient approach to getting great results both in the courtroom and through private settlements.”
Bloom has built his career representing established businesses in the entertainment and real estate industries, including major film studios, film production companies, real estate developers, and building owners. His matters have involved intellectual property disputes as well as cases involving breach of contract, fraud, real estate, bankruptcy and management disputes.
Bloom says, “TroyGould has an entrepreneurial spirit that will allow me to expand my institutional client base, which matches the strategic growth areas of the firm.”
Bloom received his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law in 2001 and his B.A. from University of California, Davis in 1997. He is also dedicated to pro bono and non-profit causes. Bloom is currently serving his second term as President of the Jewish Free Loan Association, and he served two terms as President of the Housing Rights Center. He has also handled pro bono matters for the Housing Rights Center and Bet Tzedek.
TroyGould is a Los Angeles law firm founded in 1970. Beginning with an early specialization in corporate and securities law, the firm’s practice now covers a broad range of business transactions, litigation, and legal counseling, with emphasis in the areas of corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, real estate, entertainment, employment, tax, and competitive business practices.