Gabriel R. Aragon

Gabriel R. Aragon

Partner

GABRIEL R. ARAGON joined CDQ in 2006 and is a Partner with the firm.  Gabe practices in all areas of complex commercial litigation, with particular experience in employment litigation matters and partnership disputes in the medical marijuana industry.  He is active across various professional organizations, including  previously serving as Chair of the Maricopa County Bar Association’s Section of Litigation.  As selected by his peers, Gabe has been recognized as an AV-Preeminent attorney, and a SuperLawyer in Business Litigation.

AV® Preeminent™ Peer Rating from Martindale-Hubbell
Named to the Super Lawyers® list, 2020-2021
Named to the Super Lawyers® list of Rising Stars in Business Litigation, 2014-2019
Flowing Wells High School Alumni Hall of Fame

Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
Arizona State University
J.D, cum laude, 2006

  • Dean’s Award
  • Member of the Arizona State Law Journal
  • Willard H. Pedrick Scholar
  • Legal Method and Writing Teaching Assistant

University of Arizona
B.A., Spanish, 2002

Arizona
United States District Court, District of Arizona

State Bar of Arizona
Volunteer Lawyers Program
American Bar Association
      Vice Chair, Corporate Counsel Committee, Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section
Maricopa County Bar Association
      Executive Board Member and Past Chair, Litigation Section

Construction Defect: Crafting an Exception to Arizona’s Economic Loss Rule to Permit Breach of Fiduciary Duty Tort Claims, 38 Ariz. St. L. J. 337 (2006) (cited with approval by the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit).
Tackling Document Preservation Letters, ABA Section of Litigation Solo & Small Firm Committee Newsletter, February 2013.

Gabe is active across various professional organizations, including a term as Chair of the Maricopa County Bar Association’s Section of Litigation.  Gabe also volunteers with the Volunteer Lawyers Program and served as Vice Chair of the ABA’s Corporate Counsel Committee, Tort Trial and Insurance.  He also coached youth soccer for many years, and regularly volunteers for St. Vincent De Paul.