Mr. Shah represents clients in commercial litigation and white collar defense matters. Mr. Shah has handled matters involving arbitrations, class action defense and federal and state investigations. Mr. Shah has worked for clients in the financial services, retail banking, and technology sectors in cases involving securities law, antitrust, and other legal subject matters. He has also played an active role in pro bono matters regarding low income housing, family law, the death penalty, and policing practices.
Prior to joining Sher Tremonte, Mr. Shah was a litigation associate at a global law firm in San Francisco.
Mr. Shah received his J.D. from Harvard Law School, where he served as an Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review. During law school, Mr. Shah interned with the ACLU in New York City.
Prior to law school, Mr. Shah worked at Human Rights Watch in the organization’s New York City office. While there, he worked with teams addressing human rights issues arising internationally in humanitarian crises and in the United States.
Mr. Shah is admitted to practice in California.