Rabeh Soofi is an award-winning attorney in Los Angeles, California with over a decade of experience advising individuals and businesses in a variety of legal disputes spanning multiple industries and practice areas. Rabeh has been named as one of the "Top Women Lawyers of Southern California Rising Stars" by SuperLawyers and Los Angeles Magazine for three years in a row, 2013, 2014, and 2015.
Rabeh is hired most often for her unique practice philosophy and is known among the legal community as an aggressive attorney with a no-nonsense and solutions-oriented approach to legal engagements. She has represented clients from all over the U.S. and from 17+ countries internationally.
Rabeh’s legal work combines a multi-faceted and broad experience base with outstanding technical proficiency that is consistently the subject of high accolades from clients, lawyers, decisionmakers, mediators, and numerous others.
Rabeh is recognized as Top Women Lawyer by SuperLawyers and Los Angeles Magazine, as well as being honored multiple times as a “Top Attorney – Rising Star” by SuperLawyers, awarded to only 2.5% of attorneys under 40. Rabeh is rated as a “Superb” lawyer by Avvo.com, and ranked 10 / 10 for her experience, industry recognition, and professional conduct. Rabeh has been recognized as a “Future Star” by Euromoney’s Definitive Guide to America’s Leading Firms and Attorneys.
Rabeh has represented clients in deals, transactions, and cases involving some of the nation’s largest companies and organizations, including Xerox, Fed-Ex, Home Depot, Wal-Mart, Peet’s Coffees & Teas, Wells Fargo, Lowe’s, Ralph’s, Kroger, Safeway, Guess?, University of California, City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles Police Department, the State of California, UCLA, University of Southern California (USC), Allianz, CIGNA, Chevron, National City Bank, Swiss Re, YMCA, Zurich, and numerous others.
Rabeh has provided legal commentary and interviews on a variety of legal matters and has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, Public Radio International, Orange County’s KM 640 AM, Random House, ALM / Law.com, Digital Journal, RFI – Radio France Internationale, Times Dispatch, Malaysia Star Online, National Law Review, Georgetown University Law Center, Lexis-Nexis, American Bar Association, Los Angeles Daily Journal, Iowa Gazette, and others media outlets.
Hourly ($250-495/hour), Contingent (33-40%), Fixed (Sometimes), Retainer (Sometimes), Free Consultation (15 minutes)
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|IN||Authorized to practice law||2004||11/04/2009|
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Top Women Lawyers in Southern California Rising Stars||SuperLawyers||2015|
|Top Women Lawyers in Southern California Rising Stars||Los Angeles Magazine||2015|
|Top Women Lawyers in Southern California Rising Stars||SuperLawyers||2014|
|Top Women Lawyers in Southern California Rising Stars||Los Angeles Magazine||2014|
|Top Women Lawyers in Southern California Rising Stars||SuperLawyers||2013|
|Top Women Lawyers in Southern California Rising Stars||Los Angeles Magazine||2013|
|Future Star||Euromoney's Definitive Guide to America's Leading Firms and Attorneys||2009|
|Attorney||Private Law Firm||2004 - Present|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|American Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|State Bar of California||N/A||N/A|
|Los Angeles County Bar Association Barristers||N/A||N/A|
|Consumer Attorneys of California||N/A||N/A|
|Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles||N/A||N/A|
|American Association for Justice||N/A||N/A|
|ACLU - Los Angeles||N/A||N/A|
|American Bar Association - TIPS Annual Survey||Survey of D&O Decisions of 2011||2011|
|Indiana Manufacturers' Association||Control to Major Tom: Corporate Data Security Dire and Getting Worse||2011|
|Indiana Manufacturers' Association||Attention Shareholders: Our Employees Are Quitting and Business is Bad: The Challenges of Protecting Corporate Privacy Online||2011|
|Appleman on Insurance Quarterly (Lexis/Nexis)||Bricks and Mortar Coverage for a Digital World: Recent Trends and the Insurance Coverage Implications of Internet, Technology, and Social Media||2010|
|Indiana Lawyer||Social Media Presents Fine Line||2010|
|Tort Source, Summer 2010 Edition||Ripping Off the Band-Aid: Insurance Coverage Highlights of the Health Care Reform Law||2010|
|Northwest Indiana Business Quarterly||on Social Media, Succession, Startups, Unions, and Other Legal Matters||2010|
|Inside Indiana Business||Internet, Technology, and Social Media Rising Concerns Among Indiana’s CEOs||2010|
|Ice Miller LLP Newsletter||Dear World, I Hate My Boss: Employees Who Hate Their Jobs and Blog About It.||2010|
|National Law Review||Sticks and Stones May Break Your Bones, But Words Will Hurt You More||2010|
|DTCI||Standard for Personal Knowledge in Affidavits After Decker v. Zengler||2008|
|Ice Miller LLP Newsletter||New Law Makes ‘Annoying’ Someone On The Internet a Federal Crime||2006|
|Ice Miller LLP Newsletter||Does Your Insurance Policy Cover What You Think It Covers?||2006|
|Ice Miller LLP Newsletter||Fighting the Frivolous Lawsuit||2005|
|Notre Dame Journal of Legislation||First Amendment Challenges to Copyright After Eldred v. Ashcroft: The DMCA’s Circumvention of Free Speech||2003|
|American Bar Association's Tort, Trial, and Insurance Practice Committee of the Young Lawyer's Division 101 Practice Series||Basics of Insurance Coverage 101||N/A|
|University of Notre Dame School of Law||N/A||Juris Doctor||N/A|
|University of Michigan||History||BA - Bachelor of Arts||N/A|
|University of Michigan||Political Science||BA - Bachelor of Arts||N/A|
|Annual Meeting||Social Media and Fraud||2011|
|ICLC Mid-Year Seminar||Crafting the Key Documents in Insurance Coverage Litigation||2009|