Born and raised in the suburbs of New York City, Gregory Haroutunian spent six years practicing in the Northeast focusing on surety bond law and construction defect cases as well as products liability and medical device law.
Gregory Haroutunian has spent his career developing a wide range of experience in civil litigation. Before attending law school Gregory first spent two years as a paralegal, learning the ins-and-outs of general civil litigation and elder law. While in law school Gregory gained first-hand experience in False Claims Act, whistleblower, and transportation matters through his summer internships. After he graduated Gregory was admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey and spent six years practicing in the Northeast working in diverse practice areas including surety bond law, construction defect cases, wage and hour class actions, as well as products liability and medical device law. During this time, he was also admitted to practice in federal law before the Eastern District of New York.
After Gregory moved to California in 2019 he first gained experience practicing general civil litigation including cases ranging from construction defect to personal injury to landlord/tenant.
At the Arnold Law Firm Gregory has returned to his first passion in his law practice, working on False Claims Act and Class Action matters. He brings his diverse experience in other fields into this practice and merges them with his tireless drive to help people and advance the interests of his clients.
During his free time, Gregory enjoys reading, gardening, cooking, and exploring California’s food scene with his family. He was also a contestant on Jeopardy! In April 2013.
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