Languages – English, Farsi/ فارسی
Attorney Nahal Nabavinejad represents and advises individuals and small and medium sized business clients in a variety of commercial litigation and transactional matters.
Nahal received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Washington and her Juris Doctor from Seattle University School of Law. During law school, Nahal worked as a law clerk in a small business and estate planning firm and as a Research Assistant with a Seattle University Professor on International Labor Law issues. Nahal also served as an Intern at Seattle University’s Community Development and Entrepreneurship Clinic which provided legal assistance in the realms of business and commercial transactions to members of the Seattle Community. Nahal’s background in psychology provides her with a unique perspective and enables her to bring compassion to her clients.
Nahal enjoys being active in the community and volunteers with the Snohomish County Wills Clinic, as well as with Starzone and Wayfind Legal where she provides legal assistance to small businesses. Nahal also serves on the board of the Middle Eastern Legal Association of Washington.
In her free time, Nahal enjoys traveling, reading, hiking, and spending time with family and friends.
- J.D. – Seattle University School of Law (2012)
- B.A. – University of Washington, Psychology (2008)
- Washington (All State Courts)
- U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington
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Honors & Awards
- Represented seller/landlord in the sale of a $2 Million commercial property in Seattle. The transaction also included negotiating with existing tenants on issues such as rights of first refusal and seller's right to sell the property and terminate the lease.
- Served as second chair in the representation of an LLC member who had been fraudulently induced into signing an LLC Operating Agreement which substantially reduced his interest in the LLC. Nahal and Mark obtained a favorable settlement for the client which provided the client with more funds than the signed Operating Agreement allowed.
- Defended a home builder in a suit by a materials subcontractor for breach of contract and to foreclose on a mechanic’s lien. Nahal reached a settlement and had the lien removed shortly after the suit was filed with very little cost to the client.
- Defended client against allegations that he violated a non-compete agreement and other aspects of an employment agreement. Nahal quickly resolved the issues and obtained a favorable outcome for the client that allowed him to resume work with his new employer without disruption to his employment.