Ham and other new hires will help further the firm's plans for growth, while expanding its footprint to key markets including New York, Los Angeles and Dallas.
Previously, Ham was a litigation partner at Osborn Maledon, where he focused on complex commercial and personal injury matters. Before his law career, he spent nearly a decade in Washington, D.C. where he worked as a producer on a political talk show and a technology policy analyst for a prominent think tank.
In a press release detailing Pravati Capital's recent hires, Pravati Capital CEO Alex Chucri stated, "We are thrilled to welcome these accomplished individuals and look forward to the value they will add to our insight and practice. Our clients are our top priority and we are confident these additions will enhance our company as we continue to grow and offer exceptional service as we expand our practice of finance litigation."
Ham said, "As a litigator I saw too many cases that were strong on the merits but had to be abandoned because the plaintiff did not have the funds to fight for years against a deep-pocket defendant. At Pravati I get to help level the playing field, and give people who have been wronged a chance to have their day in court."