Azim Khanmohamed

Azim Khanmohamed represents companies of all sizes in a variety of employment, business, and real estate litigation and transactional work. Azim has tried numerous cases in state and federal courts and before arbitrators and administrative officers to successful conclusion.

Azim strives to reach cost effective resolution through arbitration, mediation, and negotiation. He also utilizes prejudgment remedies and other preliminary relief to achieve success for his clients.

Azim advises and defends companies, executives, and management in all facets of employment law, ranging from compliance with state and federal statues to internal investigations and administrative agency complaints through pre-litigation negotiations, trial and appeal.

He defends clients against claims involving:

  • Breach of contract
  • Discrimination
  • Harassment
  • Misclassification of exempt employees and independent contractors
  • Unpaid commissions, straight time, on-call time, and overtime wages
  • Wrongful termination

He has also defended numerous class action lawsuits for:

  • Missed meal periods and rest breaks
  • Overtime wages
  • Misclassification of employees
  • Earning statement violations

In addition to his employment and business litigation practice, Azim’s practice involves all facets of real estate transactional work, and holds extensive experience with transactions involving the acquisition or sale of complex commercial projects, commercial leasing, real estate-related financing, and the formation of joint ventures.


  • JD, South Texas College of Law
  • BA, Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles