• California


  • Harvard Law School, JD
  • University of California, Los Angeles, BA, cum laude
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Jamal Baghlani


Los Angeles, CA v. +1.424.239.3447 f. +1.424.239.3470

Jamal Baghlani concentrates his practice in the areas of finance, business restructuring, and bankruptcy matters, including:

  • cash-flow and asset-based financing
  • secured transactions
  • acquisition financing
  • commercial financing
  • securitizations and structured financing
  • loan syndications and participations
  • real estate financing

During law school, Mr. Baghlani served as an editor on the Harvard Business Law Review.

Mr. Baghlani is fluent in Arabic and Farsi.

On June 17th, 2016 Mr. Baghlani lead a CLE discussion about the decision from the United States District Court of Florida – American Home Assurance Company v. Weaver Aggregate Transport, Inc. In this case, the court failed to protect a bank’s perfected security interest in a deposit account that it maintained for the debtor as against a subsequent garnishing judgment creditor. In the court’s view, in order for the bank to preserve its priority with respect to a deposit account, the bank not only needed to declare a default prior to receiving a writ of garnishment, but must also have promptly pursued its default remedies. Mr. Baghlani discussed the potential drafting and policy implications of this decision.