On the Docket: A Case for Diversity in the Courtroom
Krystal concentrates principally on business tort and unfair competition-based disputes, as well as copyright, trademark and trade secret disputes. Krystal has experience representing companies and individuals as both plaintiffs and defendants throughout the litigation process, including having conducted pre-litigation counseling and investigations.
Additionally, Krystal devotes time to pro bono work, representing multiple clients in immigration-related matters, is an active member of the Orange County Coalition for Diversity in the Law, the Iranian American Bar Association of Orange County, and the Federal Bar Association Orange County Young Lawyers Division, and regularly contributes to various publications, including Orrick’s Trade Secrets Watch blog.
During law school, Krystal completed an externship for Honorable Judge Alex Kozinski at the United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, served as President of the Cornell Law Students Association, was the Senior Cornell Law Library Research Assistant, and received academic awards including the CALI Award in Remedies.