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Farhad Bahar

Farhad Bahar



  • Commercial Finance

WSG Practice Industries


California, U.S.A.


Farhad Bahar represents commercial finance companies, commercial banks, hedge funds, factors and other lenders in complex, secured and unsecured, single lender, club or syndicated, commercial loans, asset-based transactions, factoring, trade finance, acquisition finance, film finance, charter school finance, health care finance, public finance and letter of credit transactions. He also has extensive experience in workouts, debtor-in-possession financing, reorganization financing, inter-creditor relationships, lender liability issues, judicial and non-judicial foreclosures and creditors’ rights and remedies. His experience includes secured transactions under the Uniform Commercial Code.

Mr. Bahar is an active member of the Patron’s Council of Farhang Foundation, a non-profit foundation that promotes and preserves Iranian art and culture for the community at large. He is also active with Inner City Arts, a charitable organization that provides visual and performing arts education to underprivileged children. Mr. Bahar is a member of the Financial Lawyers Conference, the American Bar Association and the Banking and Bankruptcy sections of the California Bar. Mr. Bahar has been recognized by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business as a leading lawyer in the field of Banking & Finance. Mr. Bahar has been named one of The Best Lawyers in America in Banking and Finance Law since 2020.


Bar Admissions

  • California


  • Stanford Law School
  • Bucknell University
Areas of Practice

Commercial Finance


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