His practice focuses on complex civil ligation, with an emphasis on litigation involving Internet and technology companies. Mr. Major also frequently represents higher education institutions in a range of litigation matters.
Mr. Major also maintains a pro bono practice. He has represented numerous homeless persons in litigation against municipalities that wrongfully confiscated homeless persons’ property without notice. That litigation has resulted in municipalities altering their property confiscation procedures and providing additional support and outreach to their homeless populations.
Mr. Major is also active in the community. He serves on the board of directors of Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County. He also serves on the University of Southern California Law School’s Board of Councilors Clerkship Committee, which encourages USC Law students to seek judicial clerkships.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Major clerked for Judge Alex Kozinski and Judge Paul J. Watford, both of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Mr. Major graduated first in his class from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law. During law school, Mr. Major served as executive editor for the Southern California Law Review and as a teaching assistant in the legal writing program. He received his B.S. in biological sciences from the University of Southern California.