NAOMI IGRA is an associate in the firm’s San Francisco office whose practice includes a diverse range of civil and criminal matters, including antitrust and securities litigation, white collar criminal proceedings, consumer class actions, cases brought under the federal False Claims Act and internal investigations. Naomi often works with clients in highly-regulated industries. Many of her cases have involved litigating issues related to FDA or HHS regulations. Naomi has represented clients in matters before administrative agencies, in arbitration, in state and federal courts, on appeal and as amicus curiae in the United States Supreme Court.
Naomi maintains an active pro bono practice. She has represented individuals seeking asylum, pursuing appeals in capital cases and petitioning for certiorari. Naomi has also been involved in class action immigration litigation in federal court. She is co-counsel with the Asian Law Caucus, Asian Americans Advancing Justice and the American Civil Liberties Union in an immigration class action brought on behalf of Cambodian refugees. She also represents the Immigrant Legal Resource Center in a case brought to compel DHS and ICE to comply with their obligations under the Freedom of Information Act.
During law school, Naomi served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Emmet G. Sullivan of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. Naomi also completed a legal internship at Genentech, Inc., and studied at the Center for Transnational Legal Studies in London. Before law school, Naomi studied in China and earned a Certificate of Chinese Language and Culture at Nankai University in Tianjin, PRC.