Noro Mejlumyan is a litigation associate in the firm’s Los Angeles office and part of the Healthcare Litigation Business Unit. Noro’s practice focuses on representing health plans and health insurance companies in complex civil litigations from the inception of the case through trial. He has vast experience defending these companies in single-plaintiff and class action lawsuits, as well as in state and federal courts and cases heard in administrative tribunals.
In addition to his work in health care, Noro also has significant experience in general litigation. He represents clients in all phases of litigation, including drafting complaints and responsive pleadings, conducting fact and expert discovery, drafting dispositive and pre-trial motions, and preparing for trial. Noro also has represented entities during various stages of government investigations, including responding to grand jury subpoenas.
Noro takes great interest in representing clients in pro bono matters. He has litigated cases involving violations of constitutional rights and seeking restraining orders in domestic violence cases.
During law school, Noro externed for the Honorable Edward M. Chen (Senior Status) of the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California.