Kroll, Ryan

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Address: 426 Culver Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90293
Lawyer Firm: Solomon, Saltsman & Jamieson
Phone: 800-405-4222
Fax: 310-822-3512

Areas of Practice Land Use Planning-Liquor Law, Administrative/Governmental Relations, Appellate Law, Constitutional Law, Civil Litigation-Business, Employment Litigation, Personal Injury

Mr. Kroll’s practice focuses on representing both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide variety of litigation matters, including employment discrimination, personal injury, insurance, business and contract disputes, Indian gaming, and claims against local and state governments. Mr. Kroll also regularly represents clients in land use and administrative matters, and has logged hundreds of hours representing clients in administrative hearings before various state agencies and appearing before planning commissions and city councils.

Mr. Kroll has had significant victories both as a trial attorney and as an appellate attorney, and has twice been voted a "Rising Star" by Oregon SuperLawyers and twice by Southern California SuperLawyers, an honor bestowed on no more than 2.5% of young attorneys. In addition to graduating magna cum laude from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, Mr. Kroll also earned a Master of Accounting degree and is a Florida licensed Certified Public Accountant.

Mr. Kroll’s recent representations have included the following trial and appellate successes:

In a breach of contract and fraud case against a subsidiary of a Fortune 500 company, Mr. Kroll’s representation throughout a five-week trial helped result in a finding of fraud and a $1.67 million judgment for his client. Ridgetop Ranch Properties, Inc. v. Jacobsen EZ-GO (Case No. MC 013551)In a wrongful termination lawsuit against the Los Angeles County MTA, Mr. Kroll’s representation assisted in obtaining a $3.56 million judgment, including attorneys’ fees. Morales v. Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Case No. BC 339557).In Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Appeals Board (Quintanar), 40 Cal. 4th 1, the California Supreme Court agreed with Mr. Kroll’s position, holding that the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control’s practice of submitting post-hearing communications to the Department Director was a violation of the Administrative Procedure Act’s prohibition on ex parte communications. This victory, along with the favorable published decision that Mr. Kroll helped obtain in Rondon v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Appeals Board, 151 Cal. App 4th 1274 resulted in over 150 SSJ clients ultimately prevailing in the administrative actions filed against them for alleged violations.In the field of Indian Gaming law, Mr. Kroll was instrumental in developing and prevailing upon the legal theories that culminated in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals holding that an additional 8,050 Gaming Device Licenses are available under the 1999 Tribal-State Compacts, which allow 61 Indian Tribes in California to operate slot machines. In increasing the number of Licenses available, Gaming Tribes are now able to operate additional slot machines resulting in an estimated increase of more than a billion dollars ($1,000,000,000) in gaming revenue to Tribes over the remainder of the Compacts.

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