Ashley M. Conlogue is an associate at Arendsen Cane Molnar, LLP. She specializes in complex business, real-estate, securities fraud and hospitality litigation in both federal and state court, and arbitration. Since starting with the firm in 2014, Ms. Conlogue has successfully obtained multiple prejudgment writs of attachment, totaling approximately nine hundred fifty-five thousand dollars, in aggregate, she has successfully handled numerous writ and receiver matters, and has both successfully obtained, and successfully defended against, temporary restraining orders, some on an emergency basis. Ms. Conlogue also has had significant trial experience, including actively participated in several court trials, including in the United States Bankruptcy Court, as well as multiple arbitration hearings. Ms. Conlogue’s most recent notable results include obtaining monetary judgments in multiple arbitration proceedings, defending a five-million dollar claim in arbitration, with an award of costs in favor of the firm’s client, obtaining a default judgment in excess of two million five hundred thousand dollars in favor of the firm’s client, and successfully arguing in the appellate court of California, upholding an award of attorneys’ fees to the firm’s client after a dismissal in the client’s favor at the trial court level. In addition to her trial skills, Ms. Conlogue excels in drafting complex law and motion, which includes Anti-SLAPP motions, writs of mandamus, motions for summary judgment, and appellate briefing.
Ms. Conlogue graduated cum laude from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2010, and earned her law degree from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles in 2013, where she was the recipient of an academic merit scholarship. While at Loyola Law School, Ms. Conlogue served as a Research Editor of the Entertainment Law Review. During law school, Ms. Conlogue clerked with the California Attorney General’s Office, in the Natural Resources Department, and with the Major Crimes Division of the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office.
When not at work, Ms. Conlogue is an avid runner, and also enjoys hiking on the weekends with her husband and their dog.
Ms. Conlogue is admitted to all courts in the state of California, the U.S. District Court, Central District of California, and the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California.
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Beverly Hills Bar Association; Real Estate, Entertainment, and Litigation Sections
Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles.