Amir Ohebsion founded the firm in 2003, after practicing at Arnold & Porter's Los Angeles office. Amir received his B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley in 1994 and his J.D. in 1997 from the UCLA School of Law. He is a member of the California Bar.

Amir's practice is focused on general corporate and business matters for small and medium size businesses, with a focus on intellectual property licensing, mergers and acquisitions, and finance. Amir's experience includes advising clients on a variety of corporate and financial transactions, including venture capital and angel financings, mergers and acquisitions, strategic partnering arrangements, private placements of equity and debt securities and a wide range of general corporate issues, including executive employment agreements, stock incentive plans and various commercial contracts. Many of his clients utilize Amir as a general outside counsel, often supervising litigation and advising on all stages of a companies evolution--from formation to exit.

Amir has represented corporations and other entities in a wide variety of industries and businesses, including Internet and e-commerce, apparel, entertainment, high technology and manufacturing. He has represented these companies from inception through initial and start-up financing, venture capital financing and ultimate exit.