Partner Nima Mohebbi honored by the Daily Journal as among the best legal talent in the Golden State.
Nima Mohebbi, recognized as a leading trial lawyer, advocates for innovators and global market leaders. He represents some of the world’s most influential companies, studios, and artists in disputes and transactions with billions of dollars at stake, including in several highly publicized jury trials.
Mr. Mohebbi also counsels on complex and unsettled issues in connection with the growing intersection between entertainment content development and technology, including:
- Digital assets
- Artificial intelligence (AI)
- Intellectual property, including in film and music
He provides clients strong representation, whether through oral advocacy in a dispute or when negotiating a transaction. As a decisive strategist he focuses relentlessly on achieving optimal results.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Mohebbi served as a judicial law clerk to Judge Jerome A. Holmes of the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
He serves on the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Access to Justice Committee and as an appointed member of their Executive Committee. He also acted as a member of the working group on legal AI regulation for the California State Bar’s Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct.
Mr. Mohebbi maintains an active pro bono practice, handling community impact litigation, primarily involving juvenile justice issues, including before the US Supreme Court. He led a high-profile criminal appeal regarding the legality of applying common police interrogation tactics under Miranda v. Arizona to children, which prompted a sea change in legislation mandating minor children are provided counsel in custodial interrogations. His work was featured in coverage in The Washington Post, The San Francisco Chronicle, NPR, CBS, and other media outlets.
Mr. Mohebbi writes extensively and his legal scholarship has been cited by several federal courts of appeal and state supreme courts around the country, as well as numerous law journals, including the Stanford Law Review, the Michigan Law Review, and the Texas Law Review.