Farnoosh Faryabi represents and advises a diverse group of clients in Washington and California in complex business litigation matters in state and federal courts. She has experience in a wide array of commercial and corporate disputes including: shareholder and partnership disputes, contractual disputes and breach of contract, fraud and deceptive trade practices, breach of fiduciary duty claims, mergers & acquisitions related disputes, unfair competition and business disparagement, trade secrets litigation, corporate dissolution disputes, construction and real estate development disputes. She also represents healthcare providers in the areas of regulatory compliance, intellectual property, transactional and telehealth. Farnoosh is a zealous advocate that works closely with each client.
Farnoosh Faryabi received her bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and Near Eastern Languages and Civilization from the University of Washington and her Juris Doctor from Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Additionally, Farnoosh received a post-doctoral LL.M. in Health Law from the University of Washington School of Law. Farnoosh served as a staff editor of the Evans School Review Journal and was the LL.M representative of the student health law organization at the University of Washington. Farnoosh was the recipient of the 2013-2014 outstanding research paper award for the health law graduate program at the University of Washington School of Law. She previously served as an intern legal advisor in small claims at the Superior Court of California County of San Diego, and also worked as a judicial extern at the King County Superior Court. While an undergraduate at the University of Washington, Farnoosh worked as a lab assistant at University of Washington’s Department of Transplant.
Farnoosh was born and raised in Iran. In her free time, she enjoys painting, and in particular painting the architecture of Iran. In addition to painting, she enjoys photography, poetry, playing chess, traveling, advocacy, and volunteering.
- Health Law
- Business Practice Structure and formation
- Business Transactions
- HIPAA; Nondisclosure Agreements
- Regulatory Compliance
- Healthcare Mergers & Acquisitions
- Commercial Litigation
- Business Disputes
- LL.M. University of Washington School of Law, Health Law, 2014
- J.D.- Thomas Jefferson School of Law, 2012
- B.S.- University of Washington, 2007
- B.A.-University of Washington, 2007
Associations & Memberships
Publications & Speaking Engagements
National Business Institute CLE Course – 2021 Audit Trails in Electronic Medical Records: Everything Medical Malpractice Attorneys Need to Know.
National Business Institute CLE Course – 2021 Conflict of Interest Case Studies & Advance Waiver Drafting Techniques.
National Business Institute CLE Course – 2020 The Top Washington Contract Cases Every Attorney Should Know
National Business Institute CLE Course – 2020 Negotiating Indemnification, Reps, Warranties and More in Business Contracts
National Business Institute CLE Course -2020 Audit Trails in Electronic Medical Records: Everything Medical Malpractice Attorneys Need to Know
National Business Institute CLE Course – 2020 Conflicts of Interest: The Ethical How-Tos of Identifying, Preventing, Disclosing and More
National Business Institute CLE Course – 2020 Daily Attorney Ethics Dos and Don’ts
Prolaw CLE Course – 2017 Ethical Traps that Lead to Attorney Disqualification in Business Litigation
“Justice or Revenge,” 51 Crim. L. Bull, 1128 (2015)
Honors & Awards
The 2013-2014 outstanding research paper award for the health law graduate program.
- Successfully represented members of two limited liability companies in a bench trial in connection with partnership and shareholder disputes.
- Handled cases relating to breaches of construction contract, commercial leases, and purchase and sale agreements.
- Successfully settled shareholder /partnership disputes.
- Counseled medical practitioners on licensing and regulatory compliance.
- Advised individual and entity clients concerning the enforceability of provisions in non-compete agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and employment policies.
- Successfully settled and negotiated a favorable settlement for a real estate services firm regarding an alleged breach of an employee's non-compete and non-solicitation agreement.
- Successfully negotiated a non-compete physician employment agreement
- Successfully negotiated a multi-party, multi-claim construction defect case on behalf of the developer and settled for less than $10,000.
- Successfully settled a personal injury insurance claim for client involved in motor vehicle accident and was able to negotiate a payout of the policy limit of $100,000.00 and an additional payout of $100,000 for under insured motorist claim on their insurance policy.