Farah Tabibkhoei is a senior associate in the Los Angeles office of Reed Smith. She is a member of the Complex Litigation Group and her practice focuses on product liability, managed care, creditors’ rights, and 3D printing. Farah has experience in all aspects of litigation with significant discovery and law and motion practice in both state and federal courts. Farah has substantial experience defending medical device manufacturers facing complex product liability litigation arising from recalled products. Farah also has substantive experience defending managed care companies in provider litigation and arbitrations involving complex contractual reimbursement disputes. Farah has also successfully obtained satisfactions of multi-million dollar judgments, which were upheld on appeal. As a 3D printing enthusiast and member of Reed Smith's cross-disciplinary 3D printing team, Farah frequently speaks and writes about the complex legal and regulatory issues arising from additive manufacturing, affecting clients across a wide range of industries.
Farah also serves on the Pro Bono Advisory Council of Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles. She obtained her J.D. from USC Law School and her B.A. from UC Irvine where she graduated magna cum laude with a major in Political Science. She lives in San Gabriel Valley with her husband and her dog, Smokey. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, watching stand-up comedy, and trying new restaurants.