Bahram Seyedin-Noor

Alto Litigation - California


4 Embarcadero Center, Suite 1400
San Francisco, CA 94111

+1 415 779 2586

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Bahram Seyedin-Noor is a strategist and trial lawyer. His record of trial victories, dismissals, arbitration awards, and successful confidential settlements is a result of a laser focus on clients’ business and litigation objectives from the outset. 

In 2021 and 2019, Benchmark Litigation named Bahram the “San Francisco Attorney of the Year,” and also nominated him for “California Securities Litigation Attorney of the Year” alongside only three other attorneys in the State in multiple years. In addition, in 2021, Chambers & Partners ranked Bahram among the top practitioners for securities litigation in California. In 2018, the National Law Journal named Bahram an “Elite Boutique Trailblazer,” and the Daily Journal has recognized Alto Litigation firm as one of the Top Boutique firms in California. Bahram has also been selected to Super Lawyers in every year from 2015 to 2021. 

Over the last twenty years, Bahram has achieved dozens of victories in securities class actions, derivative lawsuits, and fiduciary duty disputes. Most recently, he obtained a complete dismissal of a securities class action on behalf of the former interim-CFO of Marvell Technology Group Ltd.; a complete arbitration victory for another technology client and its officers resulting in an award of attorney’s fees; and a successful settlement of a multi-forum dispute involving an energy development project. He has also helped clients recover millions of dollars on the plaintiff ’s side. 

Bahram, a Harvard Law School graduate, moved on from a successful partnership at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati to create Alto Litigation in 2013. Bahram has cultivated a firm culture at Alto Litigation that emphasizes trial practice, technology, and creative fee arrangements to achieve clients’ goals. 

Bahram has lectured at Berkeley Law on securities litigation, taught Civil Procedure at Hastings Law School, and taught at Stanford Law School’s trial advocacy workshop. 

Updated Sep 2021