Mr. Durrant is a former “Big Law” equity partner specializing in resolving business disputes, responding to regulatory inquiries, and providing business law advice.
Now in his 22nd year of practice, Mr. Durrant has broad experience in high-stakes litigation and trials, including securities, financial, real estate, and partnership disputes, business deadlocks, business divorces, unfair competition, trade secret matters, and class actions. Mr. Durrant has also represented numerous clients in investigations brought by and litigation adverse to the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission and other domestic and international regulators.
Mr. Durrant has had the unusual privilege of representing both plaintiffs and defendants in class actions.
His experience includes matters in federal and state court, multidistrict litigation, and domestic and international arbitrations.
Mr. Durrant has also represented numerous business and individuals in a wide array of transactional matters, and has resolved many disputes with complex business deals.
Finally, Mr. Durrant has been lead counsel in major civil rights and civil liberties litigation, including as co-lead counsel in the Rosas v. Baca federal class action, concerning abuse and mistreatment of inmates in the Los Angeles County Jails, the largest jail system in the Country. He has also been pro bono counsel in matters involving the rights of veterans, homeless, immigrants, and children.