William Ceravone

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William Ceravone is a Corporate Paralegal at ADLI Law Group.

Mr. Ceravone’s primary focus is assisting ADLI Law Attorneys in tasks relating to Civil litigation, Business Litigation and Intellectual Property. Prior to joining ADLI Law Group, Mr. Ceravone was a Litigation Assistant at O'Connor & Mikhov. During that time, he was responsible for drafting pleadings, tracking and drafting objections to plaintiff depositions; managing spread sheets to ensure deadlines were met; processing urgent incoming mail and distributing it to the appropriate parties; creating binders to be used in court; maintaining electronic case files in an organized manor, as well as a wide-range of other legal support tasks.

Mr. Ceravone graduated Magna Cum Laude from Suffolk University, Boston, MA with his Bachelors of Science in Applied Legal Studies.


Areas of Practice:
  • Business Litigation
Educations:
  • Suffolk University, Boston, MA, Bachelors of Science in Applied Legal Studies, 2012
Achievements:
  • Dean’s List 2008-2012
  • Vice President of Suffolk University Paralegal Association
Languages:
  • English

ADLI attorney Monisha Coelho elected as Chair of the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Litigation Section.

June 17, 2019

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June 10, 2019

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The Daily Journal: Combating IP Infringement on Social Media by Josh Eichenstein

May 13, 2019

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