Fulvio F. Cajina
Fulvio is an experienced litigator in civil rights cases, employment law, discrimination, catastrophic injuries, and business disputes. He has successfully represented both plaintiffs and defendants in state, federal and appellate courts. Fulvio has, among others, successfully litigated wrongful death cases, contract disputes, age and sex discrimination cases, founder disputes, and constitutional rights violations.
Fulvio also brings a corporate and business perspective and thorough understanding of corporate matters to his practice. Fulvio spent the first three years of his career as a corporate associate in Manhattan at a boutique international law firm and prior to becoming an attorney he also worked in Washington, DC, at both the Federal Trade Commission and the Federal Reserve.
Fulvio also has experience in litigation and arbitration proceedings related to the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program.
- Cornell Law School, JD (2006)
- University of California, Berkeley BA, Economics (2000)