Kousha Berokim, State Bar 242763. A lawyer who publicly admitted to taking client money from his client trust account and spending it to pay for his personal expenses. Berokim was suspended from the practice of law for thirty days by the California State Bar for this offense and is serving two years suspension. The order took effect January 7, 2015. | Berokim is a defendant being sued by Dell Canon Investments LLC. Los Angeles Superior Court case number BC572344. The complaint for damages alleges: | 1. Negligence | 2. Fraud and Deceit | 3. Constructive Fraud | 4. Breach of Fiduciary Duty | 5. Conversion | 6. Breach of Contract | Berokim served as counsel for Dell Canon Investments, LLC. Plaintiffs allege that Berokim would not provide records for his legal expenses and was not being forthright when an accounting was demanded. | When Berokim produced an accounting for $138,600.00 in legal fees it lacked clarity. Plaintiff’s allege that $339,000 was also missing and unaccounted for in his handling of Dell Canon finances. Plaintiff alleges that other Dell Canon monies were either negligently or intentionally misappropriated from Dell Canon to Berokim.
Berokim & Duel, P.C.