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Tala Rezai regularly advises design professionals, architects, engineers, contractors, owners, subcontractors, and other clients in a variety of complex commercial construction litigation. Tala’s goal is to understand her clients’ needs and plan, design, and implement strategies to address those needs.

Tala handles many aspects of litigation, representing clients in both state and federal courts. Recent project experience includes retail, commercial office, mixed-use, hospitality, multi-family, and single-family homes.

Prior to joining Clark Hill, Tala worked as an associate attorney in the areas of real property litigation, consumer finance litigation, bankruptcy, unlawful detainer, and secured creditor rights. As these issues intersect with construction and design litigation, she is able to apply her knowledge from those practice areas to the construction and design law team.


J.D., Emory University School of Law, Atlanta, Georgia, 2009
B.A., with High Honors, University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA), Los Angeles, California, 2004, Political Science and International Development Studies


Emory University School of Law: Iranian-American Bar Association Scholarship Recipient; Outstanding Academic Achievement in International Criminal Law

University of California, Los Angeles: Women for Change Student Leadership Award; American Association of University Women Academic Merit Award


Iranian-American Bar Association

Los Angeles County Bar Association


German, Persian

State Bar Licenses


Court Admissions

California State Courts