|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|2017 Southern California Rising Stars||Super Lawyers||2017|
|Top Business Attorney||Avvo||2017|
|Client's Choice for General Practice||Avvo||2016|
|Excellence in General Practice||Avvo||2016|
|Featured Excellent Business Attorney||Avvo||2016|
|Featured Client's Choice for Business Attorney||Avvo||2016|
|Top Contributor Business Attorney||Avvo||2016|
|Client's Choice: Business Attorney||Avvo||2015|
|Excellence for the Future--Real Estate Finance Award||Cali.org||2009|
|Founder / Partner||Law Offices of Amir Sam Dibaei||2014 - Present|
|Legal Officer||Real Estate Foreclosure Management||2012 - 2014|
|General Counsel||Real Estate Investment Fund||2011 - 2012|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Secretary of State||Registered Sports Agent||2015 - Present|
|Santa Monica Bar Association, Litigation Section||Member||2012 - Present|
|Los Angeles County Bar Association||N/A||2012 - Present|
|Amir Dibaei||Barrister||2011 - Present|
|Insurance Co v Cornejo||Prevail/Dismissed|
|Cicero v Martin||Prevail|
|Lim v Bag||Judgment for Defendant Client|
|See all legal cases|
|California Litigation Review||Post Foreclosure Unlawful Detainers||2014|
|Western District of Wisconsin||Opinion and Order||2012|
|Golden Gate University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2009|
|University of California - Berkeley||Business Administration||BS - Bachelor of Science||2004|
|University of California - Berkeley||Scandinavian Studies||Minor||2004|
|University of California - Berkeley||Psychology||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2004|
|MPSB||The Essentials of an E-Office||2017|
|CMBA 2017 (not confirmed)||Meta-Data and How it May Mean Mal-Practice||2017|
|Foreclosures: What you need to know as a Real Estate Professional||Real Estate Foreclosure Market||2015|
Posted by anonymous
Mr. Dibaei helped our women's club deal with a tenant that was taking advantage of his lease. The lowest price we received was $25,000 before going to him and receiving a $10,000 quote. He settled the case in 6 weeks and send us check for $8,750 and simply his invoice was hilarious. His total work hours came out to $16,640.00 but he only deducted $1,250. He donated $8,750.00 to our club.
We offered to pay him $16,640.00 so he can donate that he can write it off on his taxes: he declined and justified his action by setting an example--not taking advantage of the system
Posted by Green Office
Mr. Amir is the new generation of Lawyer. Our Century City Office hired him for $5,000.00 to turn a segment of our office into a "paperless" office.
The closest quote we got to Mr. Amir's was $32,000!! Can you believe that he saved us $27,000?
When our senior partner told him he wouldn't be getting a job here because of the discount, he was as cool as can be! He replied: no. but just cause you said that I won't come help you when you are begging me to figure out how to do the next thing.
He wasn't stupid. he knew we were going to replicate his work to the rest of the office. In reality we were stupid. He purchased 25 licenses for the 25 computers he worked on.
To buy a license? $10,000. So how did Mr. Amir get 250k in licenses just to sell them to us for a fraction of that?
The answer: he had done the legal work for the start up company that had the software.
He ha a crystal vision of what the legal world of tomorrow is going to look like and he made it clear "none of these podcasts or articles tell you anything except vague, abstract ideas and statements. We all know technology will help... but does anyone know how? No. I had to pick up that torch and it really wan't that hard."
Now half the staff wants him to come in and conduct a seminar. The older management especially. But he is one of these "I don't care about senior partners" type.
"Don't hire me. You can make just as money overbilling your next client. That is, until that client hears about my office and you never heard from them again."
He knew how to confront the wrong guy. I'll tell you that but his charisma and intelligence is off the charts.
Posted by Jasper
Mr. Amir speaks the language of business. My wife and I had been the victim of discrimination and were prepared to go to war. We spent weeks gathering as much evidence as we can. We spent almost $4000 on a private investigator.
Mr. Amir gave us a very sincere talk about the "darkness" of litigation and how there are never any "winners" or "losers."
His consultations are free for the first thirty minutes. We spent two hours at his office with 3 of his staff present for most of the time.
At the end we knew we owed him approximately $500.
He made us a deal that proved his point. He asked that we pay him the $500 in a check form which he would keep in his firm's client trust account. If we didn't pursue the matter any further he would give us the 500 back.
My husband has dealt with a lot of lawyers and was thrown off by Mr. Amir. He was convinced Mr. Amir owns the restaurant or has some interest in the restaurant. Just as I was beginning to feel a weight lifted off my shoulder my husband called Mr. Amir and began accusing Mr. Amir.
Mr. Amir was cool as can be and responded "well I hope that was worth $500" and hung up. As it turned out he had nothing to do with the restaurant.
We never received our $500 but I have a feeling if we had--my husband would still be pursuing the damn lawsuit!
Mr. Amir really knew how to speak my husband's language without being rude or confrontational. What's funny is my husband hates him now for "taking" our 500 even though that was for the hours of consultation.
I called Mr. Amir to apologize and asked how I can make up for my husband's rude behavior and he asked me to post this story befor emy husband puts up a story.
Peter Marek, Criminal defense Attorney
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