Yael Tobi is the founding member of Tobi Law Group. Ms. Tobi represents businesses and individuals in a broad range of counseling and litigation matters focusing on commercial disputes, civil litigation, fraud, intellectual property, and labor and employment matters.
Prior to forming Tobi Law Group, Ms. Tobi has been practicing as a civil litigator for over a decade at prestigious International law firms, including Jones Day and Manatt Phelps & Phillips. Ms. Tobi has represented defendants and plaintiffs. Thus, with each matter on which she is engaged, clients can benefit from her strong understanding of how the other side is thinking.
Ms. Tobi has experience in state and federal courts, as well as arbitration proceedings. She represented Fortune 500 corporations, public and private companies, law firms, and high-profile individuals in complex high stake matters, including intellectual property disputes, commercial litigation, labor and employment, real estate disputes and fraud.
Ms. Tobi’s entertainment practice includes representing entrepreneurial production and visual effects companies in entertainment and related industries, including dealings with studios, networks, and production companies.
Ms. Tobi also cares about her community and is committed to giving back by providing pro bono services, including the representation of non-profit and charitable organizations. Ms. Tobi has been recognized by the United States District Court for her involvement as a member of the Central District Pro Bono Panel.
· Intellectual Property
· Labor and Employment
· Corporate and Entertainment
· Loyola Law School, J.D., 2003
· Dean’s List, Top 10%
· Loyola Entertainment Law Review
· Pepperdine University, 1999, B.A.
· Dean’s List
· Recognized member of the Central District Pro Bono Panel
· Top 40 Under 40, Pacific Coast Business Times