Meet Bahram Seyedin-Noor
Meet San Francisco business litigation attorney, Bahram Seyedin-Noor in this brief introduction video.
Phone: (415) 868-5602
I’m a first generation immigrant. My family escaped from Iran after the revolution in 1979. We were smuggled through the desert in Afghanistan and ultimately settled in Portland, Oregon where I attended public schools. I went to Pomona College in southern California where I studied economics and other languages including Russian and Spanish.
I attended Harvard Law School straight after college and when I was at Harvard, I was also a teaching fellow at the Harvard University Department of Economics. I taught a class on economics at Harvard and thoroughly enjoyed law school.
The process that we have at Alto Litigation is when we take on a matter we are very clear about what the scope of our engagement is about what the objectives are of our client, and how we’re going to execute on that.
I came straight to Silicon Valley after Harvard Law School where I began practicing at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. I ultimately made partner at Wilson Sonsine and had a practice there in securities and commercial litigation.
You want to look at experience, alignment of interest, and the relationship or the trust. One of the most important things I think you should ask a lawyer is what experience do they have litigating the exact kind of matter that you’re taking to them. Have they done an SEC investigation?
I moved out to Silicon Valley it the 1990s and since that time I’ve been focused on securities litigation, which includes derivative litigation, class actions, SEC lawsuits and also complex commercial litigation.