Armound’s practice involves representing companies and individuals in business and real estate disputes on claims such as breach of contract, fraud and related business torts, and copyright and trademark infringement. His accomplishments include suits against high-profile figures and navigating complex legal issues involving intellectual property rights.
Armound started his career at a national firm and also served as a judicial law clerk with the Los Angeles Superior Court. He graduated from UCLA School of Law in 2020, and from USC in 2015, earning a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Economics, cum laude.
Prior and current matters include:
- Representing a nonprofit agency against former officers for fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, and conspiracy to defraud the State of California.
- Representing a product distributor in breach of agreement case against third parties’ unauthorized selling of client’s goods.
- Representing an entertainment manager against a high-profile artist for breach of agreement.
- Representing an esports company in trademark claims case against a high-profile Casino.
- Represented a charitable nonprofit global organization against fraudulent takeover by a rogue board of directors.
- “Sheeran Ruling Raises Burden for Copyright Plaintiffs,” LAW360, June 2022.
- “Stemming the Tide: Ed Sheeran’s Copyright Victory Brings Changes to Copyright Evidentiary Burden,” Close-ups Blog, May 2022.