Reza Sina is a trial lawyer, concentrating his practice on representing individuals and small businesses in state and federal court litigation, including business litigation cases, intellectual property, class actions, pharmaceutical litigation and insurance bad faith actions. Reza received his B.A. in 2002 in Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles, and his J.D. in 2006, cum laude, from Southwestern University School of Law. While at Southwestern, Sina served as a Lead Articles Editor on the Executive Board of the Southwestern University Law Review.
Sina was a recipient of four CALI Awards for Excellence in Real Property, Evidence, Remedies, and Civil Pretrial Practice, all of which are awarded for achieving the highest grade in his classes. He was also elected to Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges in recognition of outstanding merit and accomplishment as a law student.
During law school, Reza worked as a full-time law clerk for Kabateck Brown Kellner LLP where he later joined as an associate before starting Sina Law Group. Reza speaks Farsi and Spanish.
Reza is a member for Consumer Attorneys of California and Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles.
Reza’s recent representations are described below.
- In January 2011, Reza won a defense judgment after a bench trial in a $180,000 fraud and breach of contract action brought in the District Court, Northern District of California.
- In May 2010, Reza represented an internet company and its officers in a $74 million copyright and trademark infringement action in the District Court, Central District of California. After a one-week jury trial, the jury rendered a verdict of only $8.3 million.
- Reza successfully won a commercial breach of lease agreement action on behalf of a landlord, in April 2010, following a two-day bench trial in Orange County Superior Court.
- Reza has represented numerous individuals and entities in various FTC enforcement actions in throughout the United States.
- In July 2013, Reza represented three defendants in a $20 million trademark infringement action in the District Court, Central District of California. After a one-week jury trial, the jury rendered a complete defense verdict for two of the three defendants and a mere $500,000 against the remaining defendant