Jason M. Wucetich

Dimitrios V. Korovilas

Dimitrios Korovilas Dimitrios V. Korovilas
Partner
dimitri@wukolaw.com
Tel. (310) 335-2001


Education:
University of Chicago, A.B., Economics, with honors
University of California, Davis, School of Law, J.D., Order of the Coif

Honors:
Senior Articles Editor, U.C. Davis Law Review
Witkin Awards in Evidence, Real Estate Finance, and Securities Regulation
Russell D. Jura Scholarship for Academic Excellence

Publications:
Dimitrios V. Korovilas, Pornless Prisons: An Unreasonable Restriction?, 39 U.C.D. L. Rev. 1911 (2006)

Memberships:
State Bar of California
Los Angeles County Bar Association
Hellenic Law Society

Admitted in:
California
United States District Courts for the Central, Eastern, and Southern Districts of California

Dimitri Korovilas is a founding partner of Wucetich & Korovilas LLP.  He earned his bachelor’s degree in economics, with honors, from the University of Chicago and received his jurisdoctor from the University of California, Davis, where he was elected by the faculty to the Order of the Coif.  Mr. Korovilas previously practiced for a number of years in the Los Angeles office of a large, international firm.

Mr. Korovilas regularly appears in both state and federal courts and has litigated at both the trial and appellate levels.  Mr. Korovilas has represented plaintiffs and defendants in all types of commercial cases, ranging from general breach of contract actions, to fraud, unfair competition, consumer protection, employment, products liability, antitrust, and intellectual property disputes.  His trial work includes experience in numerous trials and arbitration hearings, including representing the defendant in a products liability jury trial that resulted in a complete defense verdict, prosecuting a trade secrets case that proceeded through weeks of arbitration before reaching an amicable settlement, and representing the plaintiff in an antitrust case that resolved by way of an $18 million stipulated judgment on the eve of trial.  Mr. Korovilas is also committed to pro bono work and has regularly represented indigent clients, charities, and other entities without compensation in a variety of matters.

Mr. Korovilas has also practiced in the class action context.  He has handled consumer protection class actions involving allegations of fraud and unfair competition, as well as wage and hour class actions involving allegations that employers failed to pay overtime and allow rest and meal breaks and a civil rights class action case involving allegations of widespread discrimination in violation of California’s Unruh Act.

In 2004, Mr. Korovilas externed for the Honorable David F. Levi, the former chief judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California and then-chair of the Standing Committee on the Federal Rules of Practice and Procedure.  Mr. Korovilas is also the author of a published academic article on constitutional law issues, which has been cited by both a federal court and a leading treatise.


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