Ramzi Abadou is the San Francisco managing partner of Kahn, Swick and Foti, LLP. He has nearly fifteen years of litigation experience focused on civil pretrial litigation and has been responsible for securing securities class action fraud recoveries exceeding $1.5 billion. Before joining KSF, Mr. Abadou was the managing partner of an east coast-based plaintiff class action firm’s San Francisco office and a partner at a prominent plaintiff class action firm in San Diego. He is responsible for numerous precedent-setting decisions at all stages of securities litigation. Mr. Abadou is a 2002 graduate of Boston College Law School, holds an M.A. in political science from Columbia University in the City of New York and a B.A. in Pan-African studies from Pitzer College. Prior to attending law school, he taught political science and American Government from a Black Perspective at Foothill College. In 2010, Mr. Abadou was named by the Daily Journal as one of the top 20 lawyers in California under the age of 40 and is listed on Super Lawyers and Benchmark Litigation as one of the nation’s top securities litigation practitioners.
B.A., Pitzer College
M.A., Columbia University
J.D., Boston College Law School (2002)