HAMID R. RAFATJOO
Raines Feldman LLP
Hamid R. Rafatjoo has over 20 years of experience representing clients in complex transactions and reorganizations throughout the United States. He counsels companies and individuals in a variety of industries, including healthcare, retail, restaurant, manufacturing, entertainment, real estate, and hospitality. He has represented entrepreneurs, small family owned businesses as well as companies with over a billion in revenue.
Rafatjoo advises clients on a wide array of matters including business formation and corporate restructuring, debt and equity transactions and workouts, acquisitions and sales, and structuring and amending key contracts. He has extensive experience assisting clients across a broad spectrum of legal issues relating to corporate transactions, shareholder disputes, and litigation management. Rafatjoo is recognized as an aggressive results-oriented practitioner. He has also served as the court appointed Chapter 11 trustee in various cases in the Central District of California.
Raines Feldman LLP
Camilla Chan is a partner in the litigation department at Raines Feldman LLP. She is a vigorous advocate for her clients – often finding that the best outcomes are reached outside the courtroom. She has experience handling a diverse mix of litigation matters, including real estate, entertainment and business contracts disputes. Chan works to develop creative strategies for litigating cases and to efficiently manage litigation matters from inception through judgment.
Recent matters Chan has handled include representing a partner in a cannabis dispensary in Marina Del Rey, where a partnership dispute involved allegations
of fraud and breach of contract, which was successfully settled. She also represented an IT management company and certain partners in another partnership dispute arising after the termination of one founding partner, where the dispute involved claims for breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty and cross-claims including misappropriation of trade secrets, breach of fiduciary duty, and fraud.