Current Role
  • Associate, Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP
  • Practice focuses on class actions and other complex litigation
  • Prior to joining Hagens Berman, Chris worked as an associate at a large plaintiff’s firm gaining extensive experience representing plaintiffs in business litigation involving copyright and trademark disputes, breach of contract claims and breach of fiduciary duty claims. He also worked on a number of nationwide class actions involving products liability matters in the pharmaceutical and construction industries.
  • While in law school, Mr. Pitoun externed for the Office of the Attorney General of California’s Business and Tax Division where he worked on tax appeals on behalf of the Franchise Tax Board. Mr. Pitoun also served as an editor on the Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review.
Notable Cases
  • Fiat Chrysler Low Oil Pressure Shut Off
  • Fiat Chrysler Gear Shifter Rollaway
  • Countrywide Financial, et al. Pretextual Appraisal Litigation
  • EZconn Corp., Litigation
  • Students v. USC and Dr. Tyndall
  • Ford F-150 & Ranger Fuel Economy and Sales Practices Litigation
  • Sake House Restaurants Racial Discrimination Litigation
  • French
Personal Insight
  • Prior to attending law school, Chris taught English and French to high school students in China.
  • Chris later decided to become a lawyer while marketing the film “Michael Clayton.”
  • In his spare time, Chris works as a volunteer for the American Friends of the Israel Museum, a non-profit which helps raise funds for the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.