Our Board

Perry Viscounty - Member

Mr. Perry Viscounty is a nationally recognized trial attorney at Latham & Watkins, LLP who handles high-stakes cases for companies such as Allergan, American Airlines, Apple, Adobe, craiglist, Ford, GE, Nissan, Symantec, Vizio and others. Mr. Viscounty handles intellectual property litigation, with an emphasis on class actions.  

The Legal 500 US frequently ranks Mr. Viscounty as a "Leading Lawyer" for Intellectual Property Litigation. In 2015, a client explained that Perry has "creative thinking with broad knowledge and dedication." Another client recently praised his "level of service, attention to detail, quality of writing and sound business advice.”

He is ranked in Chambers Global 2013, 2015 & 2016 for US Intellectual Property: Trademark Copyright & Trade Secrets Ranked in Chambers USA (2008 through 2016) for Litigation & Trial: Intellectual Property Litigation (California). Quoted sources are "very impressed" with his responsiveness and "off the charts" technical ability. In 2015, he was "exceptional in his specialist practice area" and clients appreciate that he is "always available and highly responsive."

Mr. Viscounty is also ranked among the Top Intellectual Property Lawyers in California (multiple years) in the Daily Journal Recognized as a "Leader" by World Intellectual Property Review, 2017. 

His leadership positions have included Former Global Practice Group Chair of Latham’s Intellectual Property Litigation and Trial Practice Group, guest lecturer at USC and UCLA, Arbitrator for the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), and Board of Directors of the Federal Bar Association, Orange County Chapter. 

Most recently, Mr. Viscounty has joined the Miracles for Kids Board of Directors because it is an organization that shares his passion for helping and empowering children and families who face difficult challenges. 

Mr. Viscounty is an alumnae of the University of Southern California Gould School of Law where he earned his Juris Doctor Degree and the University of Southern California, where he completed his Bachelor of Science.