Damion is a tenacious litigator and trial lawyer who represents individuals and businesses in complex and high-stakes disputes around the country, including business, employment, and insurance cases.
He has represented investors, employees, and business owners in disputes in state and federal courts, often facing off against large companies and wealthy individuals. Damion’s cases have involved commercial real estate and insurance disputes, complex investment schemes, accounting and fiduciary fraud, and cutting-edge technology. Damion frequently steps in to turn cases around when a successful outcome seems out of reach.
Damion started his career at preeminent international firm Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, where he represented publicly-traded companies and large financial institutions in high-stakes litigation, involving multiple billions of dollars in exposure. Before entering private practice, he clerked for the Honorable David O. Carter in the United States District Court for the Central District of California.
Damion has devoted a significant part of his work to the public interest on pro bono matters, including representing Central American refugees who fled gang violence and domestic abuse. Damion’s pro bono work has earned him the Equal Justice Advocacy Award from the ACLU of Southern California, among other recognitions.