NAOMI IGRA navigates clients in highly-regulated industries through complex litigation, commercial disputes, and investigations. Many of her cases involve litigating issues related to FDA or HHS regulations. Her experience spans both civil and criminal matters, including antitrust and securities litigation, contract disputes, consumer class actions, cases brought under the federal False Claims Act and internal investigations. Naomi is particularly skilled at developing creative litigation strategy where scientific, regulatory, and commercial considerations intersect. She works closely with technical and industry experts to incorporate their opinions into compelling narratives and persuasive arguments. Naomi has represented clients before administrative agencies, in domestic and international arbitration, in state and federal courts, and on appeal, including in the United States Supreme Court.
Naomi serves on Sidley’s pro bono committee and maintains an active pro bono practice. She has led multiple litigation teams representing immigrants and refugees in ground-breaking challenges to unlawful agency action under the Administrative Procedure Act (APA). She also works with students in the Northwestern University Law School’s Supreme Court Clinic on pro bono matters in the United States Supreme Court.
During law school, Naomi 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.