Ron Torres is an Associate in the firm’s Los Angeles and Orange County offices. His practice focuses on tort-based general liability, business litigation, and employment law. His practice has included defending major transportation companies, national retailers, product manufacturers, and business owners in disputes arising from personal injury, commercial liability, and general business disputes. Mr. Torres is experienced in all aspects of litigation, including early and ongoing case evaluation and strategy, with the goal of achieving favorable results for his clients at all stages of litigation, from early mediation, dispositive motions, and through trial.
Mr. Torres graduated summa cum laude from Whittier College School of Law, serving as Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review, a Dean’s Fellow, and a Fellow of the Center for Intellectual Property, earning a certification in Intellectual Property Law. Prior to law school, he earned his undergraduate degree in History, with a minor in Philosophy.
Born and raised in Southern California, Mr. Torres gained experience in several legal industries throughout his career. Prior to law school, he worked as a certified paralegal at boutique law firms, practicing in family law and bankruptcy, as well as estate planning for indigent parties. He later worked at a large international law firm, assisting their class action defense, toxic torts, and products liability practice groups.
In his free time, Mr. Torres enjoys spending time with his wife, daughter, and their two dogs. He also enjoys traveling, camping, growing in his horology hobby, and training for that ever-elusive marathon.
Named Best Lawyers in America’s “Ones to Watch®” for 2023. This is a recognition that is intended to celebrate the “acuity and brilliance displayed by the exceptional attorneys pioneering the profession into the next decade.” This recognition includes no more than 5.3% of elite lawyers in the nation across 150 practice areas.
Named Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” for 2023. This is a recognition which includes no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state and individuals are identified as the top, up-and-coming attorneys in each market who are either 40 years of age or under or who have been practicing law for ten or fewer years.