Our law firm is based in Los Angeles. We represent clients in all forms of civil litigation. But, each of our attorneys on his or her own specialized field. Our specialists focus on labor and employment litigation, business litigation, real estate and construction litigation, and intellectual property and entertainment litigation. We have successfully litigated and tried cases in every forum, including federal and state courts and arbitration. We also handle all forms of real estate transactional matters, including the purchase, sale and lease of real estate.
We are former “big firm” lawyers, with an established record of accomplishment and success. Our attorneys have been recognized by such honors as being named “Super Lawyers;” ranked AV (highest rating) by the prestigious
Martindale Hubbell; and being selected as American Lawyer Magazine’s “2013 Go-To Law Firm for the Top 500
Our attorneys practiced law at prominent large law firms in Los Angeles, including Proskauer Rose LLP, and Sidley Austin LLP where we litigated “bet-the-company” cases on behalf of clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies and public entities to entrepreneurs and individuals. Our transactional lawyers regularly handle
multi-million dollar real estate deals not just in Los Angeles, but all over California. We are graduates of top
Los Angeles law schools – UCLA, USC, and Loyola – and we are leaders in our community.
“This firm is our go-to counsel for all of our business disputes and greatjobgeneral advice. They are terrific lawyers who provide insightful strategic advice.”
“Just the type of outside the box thinking necessary to efficiently resolve complex business disputes.”
“In a case where the employer had refused to even negotiate with my prior lawyers, Navid Yadegar aggressively built a case and obtained results that far exceeded my expectations.”
“When we need a top-notch real estate and construction litigator, Pedram Minoofar is our man. He is aggressive, honest, and creative.”
“We were glad to have Navid Soleymani on our side in our entertainment dispute. He is smart, aggressive, and always well prepared.”
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