Ramond Takhsh, Esq.

Born in London, England in 1982, Mr. Takhsh and his family emigrated to Los Angeles when he was 7 years old. After earning his Bachelor’s Degree in Economics at UC Berkley, he earned his Juris Doctor at Loyola University Law School in Los Angeles. 

Prior to joining CTK Law Group, he worked for years as an attorney at a boutique litigation firm in downtown Los Angeles, primarily focusing on employment litigation and personal injury.  Mr. Takhsh aggressively advocates for his clients and takes pride in giving his clients the representation they deserve.

Moreover, Mr. Takhsh has also assisted families in constructing living trusts for their assets, advised clients in updating employment policies and procedures and vigorously negotiated on behalf of clients seeking help in debt modification. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, poker, and basketball.

Areas of Emphasis

  • Collection Litigation, Negotiation, and Defense
  • Employment and Labor Litigation
  • Personal Injury
  • General Litigation
  • Estate Planning

Loyola Law School Los Angeles (J.D., 2009)
University of California, Berkeley (B.A., 2004)

Bar Admissions
California, 2010

Court Admissions
United States District Court, Central District of California

Professional Memberships
Los Angeles County Bar Association
Assyrian American Bar Association


English, Assyrian, Farsi

Representative Matters

Business Litigation: Obtained $400,000 judgment for client in breach of contract and conversion case.

Employment: Obtained six-figure judgment for employee victim of sexual harassment, gender discrimination, and LGBTQ discrimination in the food sector workplace.

Estate Planning:  Drafted living trust packages consisting of trust agreement, certification of trust, grant deeds, pour-over will, durable power of attorney, and health care directive.  Advised clients on the benefits of living trusts and each component of the living trust package.

Employment: Advised clients regarding terms of employment handbooks including updating contents to reflect current California Labor Code.