Cathy Kazemi is a litigator with Harrison Barnes PLC. She joined the firm after a career litigating a wide variety of complex and high-stakes matters in both federal and state court. She has worked on the gamut of commercial, intellectual property, real estate, securities, employment, consumer, construction defect, and toxic tort litigation matters. In one high profile case, Sabadia v. Holland Knight, Ms. Kazemi helped her client achieve a $34.5 million verdict in connection with a failed real estate venture.
Over the course of her career, Ms. Kazemi has worked as “of counsel” or associate for a number of well-respected Southern California law firms, including Levy Small & Lallas; Enenstein, Ribakoff, LaVina & Pham; Gordon & Rees; Robbins Umeda & Fink; and Blumenthal & Markham.
In addition to being admitted to practice law in both California and Massachusetts, Ms. Kazemi is a licensed real estate broker in California. She is fluent in Farsi.
Boston University School of Law, J.D.; Honors in Intellectual Property; Merit Scholarship; Winner of “Best of Best” from Graduate School of Management
Brandeis University; B.A., Political Science & International Relations; Magna Cum Laude; Phi Beta Kappa; Dean’s List all four years; University Scholars Nominee
California State Bar
Massachusetts State Bar