University of San Diego
– B.S. Accounting
– B.S. Business Administration
Pepperdine University School of Law
– Juris Doctor
– Masters of Business Administration
– California (State Bar)
– California (Federal Bar)
– Consumer Attorney Association
of Los Angeles (CAALA)
Brian Bohn currently serves as of Counsel for Cannon Law. Brian graduated, cum laude, from the University of San Diego in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, and a bachelor’s degree in accountancy. In 2011, Brian earned both his J.D. and M.B.A., cum laude, from Pepperdine University. While in law school, Brian served as judicial extern for the Honorable Vincent P. Zurzolo, United States Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California. Brian is admitted to practice law in all state and federal courts in California, including the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Prior to joining Cannon Law, Brian was an associate with Keesal, Young & Logan in its Long Beach office, focusing on civil litigation matters in the mortgage banking, financial service, and maritime industries. Brian represented several of the largest financial institutions in the nation in over one-hundred cases. These cases include consumer, loan-level, and class/mass action cases in state and federal courts involving lending statutes such as TILA, RESPA, FDCPA, California Unfair Business Practices, California Homeowner’s Bill of Rights, and various other state and federal consumer protection laws. Brian also represented these clients in Department of Justice investigation matters. In his securities litigation practice, Brian represented broker-dealers and clearing firms in matters involving suitability, breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract, and violation of federal and state securities laws. Brian’s maritime and admiralty practice included conducting litigation on behalf of vessel owners and marine terminal operators in relation to breach of contract claims, personal injury, and other commercial disputes. He also conducted onboard vessel investigations following maritime incidents.