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BAR ADMISSIONS

• Arizona

• California

• Oregon

• Washington

• US Court of International Trade

• US Supreme Court

PRACTICE AREAS

Business and Commerce

Immigration Law

RONALD TOCCHINI has served as a strategic advisor and advocate for several Fortune 500 companies and hundreds of emerging-growth ventures. His law practice includes international trade, immigration, and other cross-border business transactions. He has represented clients at multiple domestic ports of entry across the United States, as well as at US diplomatic missions abroad in Beijing, London, Mexico City, Milan, and São Paulo.

 

Mr. Tocchini read law and economics at Brigham Young University, where he served as managing editor of the BYU Journal of Law and Education. He has since taught university courses in comparative legal traditions (civil procedure and evidence), the Hague Conventions, corporate finance, and modern media. From 2011 to 2015, he served as outside counsel to the Attorney General for the State of Arizona. He has also worked as a consulting lawyer to several AmLaw 100 firms in matters involving complex corporate mergers, acquisitions, and civil litigation.

 

Ronald Tocchini is also a teacher and a public speaker who helps other people learn how to be happy and productive in stressful environments. As a recognized authority on the psychology of leadership, negotiation, and personal productivity, he has helped leaders around the world for more than 20 years. His students have since gone onward to lead successful careers in business, government, and community leadership, and he has consistently been rated as one of the most inspiring teachers of his generation.

 

Ronald is a native of San Francisco. He spends his limited free time working as an unpaid manservant to two small boys.

INDUSTRIES: biotechnology, customs and freight forwarding, franchising, distribution, and reseller contracts, information technology, hospitality, maritime claims, mining, robotics, and software architecture

 

LANGUAGES: English (US) and Italian