Lila Razmara

Income Partner

Lila Razmara represents plaintiffs in mass tort actions involving personal injuries, property damage and consumer protection.  She is highly involved in new, emerging litigations and enjoys researching and developing new projects aimed at seeking justice, especially in the consumer rights arena. Currently, Ms. Razmara works on the JUUL Labs Products Cases, JCCP No. 5052, Allergan Biocell Textured Breast Implant Products Liability Litigation, MDL No. 2921 and JCCP No. 5104, In re: LTL Management, LLC (Talc Bankruptcy), 3M Combat Arms Earplug Products Liability Litigation, MDL No. 2885, and PG&E Bankruptcy Fire claims.

For the past 12 years her practice has focused primarily on representing individuals in pharmaceutical drug, medical device and mass tort actions. Ms. Razmara has worked extensively on the following federal multi-district, state-coordinated proceedings, and mass tort actions: October 1, Route 91 Las Vegas Shooting cases, The People of the State of California v. Purdue Pharma, et al.  relating to the Opioid crisis, In re: New England Compounding Pharmacy, Inc. (Chapter 11), In Re: Quinine JCCP No. 4565, In Re: Reglan/Metoclopramide JCCP No. 4631; and In Re: Actos JCCP No. 4696. She also served as Plaintiffs’ Liaison Counsel in the In Re: Karl Storz Power Morcellator Litigation in Los Angeles.

Ms. Razmara received her Bachelor of Arts in Criminology, Law and Society, cum laude as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Social Behavior, cum laude, from the University of California, Irvine.

Ms. Razmara has always had a passion for the social justice system.  She has been helping people who have been wronged since 2006.  While attending Loyola Law School, Ms. Razmara volunteered at the Disability Rights Legal Center where she fought for justice for disadvantaged and marginalized clients who experienced discrimination. During her second year, Lila worked as an extern for Commissioner Harvey Silberman in his Family Law court in Los Angeles, where she assisted individuals who could not afford lawyers.

Ms. Razmara is fluent in Farsi/Persian. During her spare time, Ms. Razmara enjoys traveling back home to London, England where most of her family lives.

She is admitted to practice in California and the District of Columbia.