Alto Litigation Commemorates 5th Anniversary With Five Acts Of Gratitude

San Francisco – December 13, 2018 As litigation boutique Alto Litigation PC celebrates its fifth anniversary, the firm’s lawyers and staff take part in Five Acts of Gratitude to give back to the San Francisco community.

Bahram Seyedin-Noor, a former partner at a leading international law firm, founded Alto Litigation in 2013.  The firm’s attorneys (partners Seyedin-Noor, Bryan Ketroser and Daniel Sakaguchi, senior counsel Jared Kopel, and associates Ian Browning and Gabriel Peixoto) represent businesses, executives and investors in a broad range of matters, including securities litigation, trade secrets disputes, trademark and copyright disputes, and SEC investigations.

Throughout its first five years, Alto Litigation and its attorneys have been widely recognized for excellence. Among recent honors: 

Benchmark Litigation named Alto Litigation among its top firms in California in October 2018, and individually recognized partners Seyedin-Noor, Ketroser and Sakaguchi.

The Daily Journal recognized Alto Litigation as one of California’s “Top Boutiques” in October 2018.

The National Law Journal named Seyedin-Noor an “Elite Boutique Trailblazer” for his work championing technology and alternative fees in litigation in November 2018.

SuperLawyers recognized Alto partners Seyedin-Noor and Sakaguchi as top lawyers in Northern California, and associate Peixoto as a Rising Star.

 “We are proud of what we have accomplished in our first five years, and humbled by the faith Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and businesses place in us every time they hire us to handle sensitive matters,” observed Alto CEO Bahram Seyedin-Noor. “For our fifth anniversary, we wanted to celebrate, but we also want to give back.” 

 Alto Litigation’s Five Acts of Gratitude this year supported five organizations in the Bay Area:

Aim High, a free summer learning and enrichment program for middle school students in Northern California. Aim High’s mission is to nurture the promise and potential of low-income middle school students, to prepare students for high school and beyond, and to inspire the next generation of teachers and educational leaders. Alto Litigation sponsored Aim High’s Annual Gala on November 15, 2018.

The Diversity Scholar Program, a program for coaching and mentoring law students from under-represented communities to understand their career goals and secure employment while simultaneously preparing them with the skills required to flourish in their legal positions. The Program is run by PracticePro, a national organization bridging the gap between law school and law practice by teaching every-day legal, managerial, and administrative skills to current and aspiring attorneys.  Alto Litigation is proud to offer its financial support to the Diversity Scholar Program.

Bay Area Urban Debate League works with Bay Area public school districts to make competitive policy debate available to every public high school student.  The program teaches students essential critical thinking and presentation skills.  Alto Litigation has made a monetary gift to BAUDL.

Law Foundation of Silicon Valley works to advance the rights of under-represented individuals and families through legal services, strategic advocacy and educational outreach. All told, the Law Foundation serves more than 12,000 people each year.  Alto Litigation will support the Law Foundation’s annual “Celebration of Justice” program in 2019.

Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area works to advance, protect and promote the legal rights of communities of color, low-income persons, immigrants and refugees. The Lawyers’ Committee provides free legal assistance and representation to individuals on civil legal matters through direct services, impact litigation and policy advocacy.Alto Litigation will proudly sponsor the organization’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Awards Dinner on February 1, 2019.