Bahar Dejban is the founder of Dejban Law. Prior to starting her firm, she headed the personal injury and mass tort group at one of California’s largest plaintiff firms. Her work includes personal injury cases, pharmaceutical mass torts, product liability, and class action cases. Her extensive experience in litigating significant liability cases against some of the world’s largest companies are a sought after asset by companies looking to better manage their legal departments, spotting areas of liability, and making changes to eliminate them.
Bahar has litigated cases against some of the largest corporations in the world, among them, Merck, Pfizer, Bayer, Astrazeneca, Chevron, and Walmart. Her cases have involved a broad range of issues with special focus to complex cases involving thousands of plaintiffs and multiple defendants. Her leadership has resulted in numerous multimillion dollar settlements.
She has also worked with multiple businesses in various capacities from consultant, to outside counsel, to general counsel, helping them assure compliance in a variety of areas such as labor and employment, product liability, commercial and consumer contracts, and corporate restructuring.
Bahar personally oversees all aspects of matters involving her clients and takes the time to assure that no detail is missed and that she brings the best, most creative approach to meeting the challenges that her clients face whether they are an individual employee who has been wronged or a multi-national corporation with complex needs.
Her work on behalf of her clients has not only involved litigating in courts across the country, but also to advocate for causes before the executive and legislative bodies of multiple jurisdictions, including the U.S. Congress.
Bahar was graduated from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles where she earned her Juris Doctor. She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Political Science from the University of California, Los Angeles. She is admitted to the State Bar of California, as well as the Eastern and Central Districts of the California District Court.
Bahar has served on the Board of Governors for Consumer Attorneys of California as well as the New Lawyers Division of American Association for Justice. She is also the past secretary and vice chair of the Women's Caucus Division and past Secretary and Political Chair of the New Lawyers Division of CAOC.
American Association for Justice 'The Medicare Games," Los Angeles Daily Journal, May 2012
American Association for Justice "New Rules: Differences Between Suing Medical-Device and Pharmaceutical Drug Manufacturers," Advocate Magazine, November 2011
American Association for Justice "The Legal Profession as I Now Know It," American Association for Justice, Women Trial Lawyers' Caucus Newsletter, Winter 2009