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Bahaar Cadambi

Bahaar Cadambi

Lecturer in Law

699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA

Last Updated: August 25, 2019




Bahaar Cadambi is a partner in the Newport Beach office of Newmeyer & Dillion LLP. Her practice focuses on business, insurance and real estate litigation. She represents businesses, homebuilders, developers and general contractors in complex, multi-party real estate, construction defect and insurance disputes. She also represents individuals and businesses across a variety of business litigation matters.

Cadambi takes a global approach to problem solving, offering her clients a range of strategic solutions to meet not only their immediate goals, but also their goals for long-term success. Her approach to litigation ensures that clients are informed of all potential strategies, the consequences of those strategies and how the implementation of those strategies will affect their business. 

FACULTY IN THE NEWS

San Francisco Chronicle
April 14, 2021
Re: Jean Lantz Reisz

Jean Reisz was interviewed about the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco's rejection of an earlier U.S. Board of Immigration Appeals decision that denied asylum to Salvadoran sisters who were harassed by a gang. “Their journey to asylum has been difficult and longer than it should have been,” she said. The judge and the board “ignored the evidence and denied lifesaving relief to the twins based on unlawful conclusions” that the court has now overturned. The article also appeared in Microsoft News.

RECENT SCHOLARSHIP

Michael Simkovic
February, 2021

"Income Taxes and Work Hours," University of Virginia Law and Economics Workshop, University of Virginia Law School, Charlottesville, VA.

Dorothy S. Lund
February, 2021

“The Corporate Governance Machine” (with Elizabeth Pollman), 122 Columbia Law Review (forthcoming 2022)

Michael Simkovic
February, 2021

“Income Taxes & Work Hours,” Florida Tax Review.