Richard Drooyan

Richard Drooyan focuses his practice on civil litigation, white collar criminal defense, and securities enforcement matters. He has extensive trial experience both at the government and in private practice, having tried more than 40 criminal and civil jury trials. Mr. Drooyan has also taught trial advocacy at the USC Gould School of Law and advanced criminal procedure at Loyola Law School, and he has participated in numerous panels on internal investigations, corporate compliance programs, environmental enforcement, and federal criminal practice.


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Sterilizing the Feebleminded

IMBECILES, BY ADAM COHEN, harkens back to an earlier era of strong anti-immigrant sentiment and deep-seated racism when the institutions of ...

Sterilizing the Feebleminded
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