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Arameh Zargham O'Boyle


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Arameh is a litigator who focuses her practice on defending product manufacturers in complex product liability and consumer class action litigation. She represents businesses in a variety of industries including cosmetic, personal care products, medical device, pharmaceutical, over-the-counter drugs, food, retail, and electronics. She regularly advises clients on product labeling and advertising strategies to navigate the requirements of the FDA’s Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act and mitigate challenges under California’s consumer protection laws.

She counsels product manufacturers on issues arising throughout a product’s life cycle, including product labeling and marketing, risk assessment and prevention strategies, as well as corrective actions and recalls. She has particular expertise representing clients in consumer product class action litigation involving violations of California’s Consumer Legal Remedies Act, Unfair Competition Law and other deceptive, false and misleading advertising laws. Arameh represents companies in high-profile litigation and has extensive experience managing and coordinating complex class action and multidistrict litigation.

Arameh’s clients regard her as strategic and creative; they trust her commonsense approach to problem-solving and appreciate her ability to resolve disputes efficiently. Arameh is also deeply protective of her clients’ brand and business interests and leverages her knowledge of the legal, regulatory and industry landscapes to help clients succeed.

She has been an integral part of numerous trial teams defending pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers in mass tort litigation throughout the country. She also has significant experience effectively streamlining and coordinating mass tort litigation on a national, regional, and statewide level. This includes cultivating creative and compelling defense trial themes; training national trial teams; leading teams of local attorneys in consistent and aggressive national defense strategies; analyzing comprehensive case-specific data to facilitate global assessment; implementing document management protocols and litigation holds; identifying, developing, and presenting defense experts; and preparing company witnesses for testimony. Her unique ability to connect with witnesses and translate complex issues into persuasive, concise narratives makes her indispensable in bet-the-company litigation.


  • Pepperdine University (JD)
  • McGill University (BA, Honors Political Science)


  • Defended a French video game production studio in a breach of contract claim brought by a film production company seeking to recover the entire contract amount. Negotiated a successful resolution on behalf of client, thus avoiding a costly trial.
  • Successfully excluded expert witness report under Rule 702 involving alleged damages in a false advertising case, which resulted in denial of class certification in the Central District of California on behalf of a multinational restaurant chain.
  • Currently representing leading international medical device manufacturer in product liability and other general litigation throughout California and other jurisdictions relating to products ranging from orthopedic implants, surgical instruments, power tools, EMS supplies, and bone morphogenetic proteins.
  • Currently representing leading skincare manufacturer against allegations of violations of the California Consumer Legal Remedies Act.
  • Providing ongoing strategic counseling to leading skincare manufacturer on product labeling and website redesign.
  • Represented a leading manufacturer of oral health products in a class action involving violations of the California Consumer Legal Remedies Act, the California False Advertising Law, the California Unfair Competition Law, breach of express warranty, breach of the implied warranty of merchantability and for fraud and negligent misrepresentation. Successfully secured a dismissal of all claims and won sanctions against Plaintiffs’ counsel.
  • Part of trial team defending prominent orthopedic surgeon/researcher in mass product liability litigation for allegations relating solely to his participation in the design process, involving a large multi-disciplinary design team.
  • Providing ongoing counseling to medical device company with responsibility for handling, supervising, managing and/or directing the defense of their significant products liability matters and providing general advice regarding risk management, CAPA, recalls, pre-litigation strategy, litigation prevention and regulatory issues relating to their various divisions and product lines. Also supervised local counsel throughout the country and participated in trials in multiple venues.
  • Served as member of national coordinating and lead trial counsel team for a manufacturer of implantable orthopedic devices used in total hip arthroplasty alleged to cause various injuries in users stemming from metal debris and ions released in vivo.
  • Served as member of national coordinating and lead trial counsel team for a national Fortune 500 life sciences company in two separate mass tort litigations involving different product lines.
  • Defended a supplier of sophisticated ventilation and air handling systems in a fatality case at a major Los Angeles Hospital. Multiple claims by the decedent heirs and several cross-complaints for equitable indemnity and apportionment of fault have been asserted in connection with the death of a hospital employee killed while servicing the relevant equipment.
  • Served as key member of the California trial teams for large pharmaceutical client in massive products liability litigation involving company’s voluntary withdrawal of blockbuster nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug alleged to have caused heart attack, strokes and other injuries in thousands of users from the market. Played an integral role in the day-to-day coordination and management of thousands of lawsuits filed against the pharmaceutical company.
  • Provided pre-marketing advice and counsel to world-leading medical device company regarding new technology for cardiac implants. Conducted extensive risk assessment for products contemplated for launch and provided recommendations for changes to product literature, launch materials, training of product representatives aimed at reducing products liability risk and exposure.
  • Represented a national retailer in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class action lawsuit alleging violations of the TCPA through the use of promotional text messages. Successfully negotiated a favorable settlement that left client with one of the lowest TCPA settlements ever for a class action of this size.
  • Representing leading international toy manufacturer in a patent infringement case.

Recognition & Awards

  • Recognized by the Los Angeles Business Journal as one of the Leaders of Influence: Minority Attorneys (2022)
  • Los Angeles Business Journal: Leaders in Law - Firm Attorney Nominees (2021)
  • Named a 2021 Business of Law Visionary in the Los Angeles Times B2B Publishing's Business of Law: Trends, Updates, Visionaries magazine
  • Recognized by Los Angeles Business Journal as one of the Most Influential Women Attorneys/Top Women Attorneys in Los Angeles/Women of Influence: Attorneys (2018-2022)    
  • Included on the Southern California Super Lawyer: Rising Star – Personal Injury – Products: Defense list (2009 – 2020)  
  • Included on the Southern California Super Lawyer: Top Women Attorneys Rising Star – Personal Injury – Products: Defense list (2019)
  • Graduate, International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC) Trial Academy, Stanford Law School


  • Subcommittee Chair, ABA Section of Litigation, Mass Torts Committee, Pharmaceutical and Medical Device
  • Member, International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC)


- Farsi (Persian)

Recent Insights

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Pro Bono Viewpoint
Mintz attorneys Adam Korn, Clare Prober, Jason Far-hadian, Meena Seralathan, Arameh O’Boyle, and Nada Shamonki provided pro bono legal services to help immigrants affected by the “return to Mexico” policy introduced by the Trump administration.
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California is the first state in the nation to ban certain ingredients – including formaldehyde, parabens, phthalates, per- and polyfluoralkyl substances (PFAS) and mercury – from cosmetics and personal care products. The Toxic-Free Cosmetics Act, signed into law by Governor Gavin Newsom on September 30, 2020, is aimed at chemicals often linked to cancer, reproductive harm, birth defects and endocrine disruption.
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Mintz is pleased to announce that Managing Member of the firm’s Los Angeles Office Joshua Briones and Member Arameh Z. O’Boyle have been named to the Los Angeles Business Journal’s (LABJ) 2022 “Minority Leaders of Influence: Attorneys” list. The annual list recognizes minority lawyers in the Los Angeles region and their careers, practice, and successes they’ve achieved.
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Managing Member of Mintz's Los Angeles Office Joshua Briones and Members Todd Rosenbaum and Arameh O'Boyle co-authored an article published by Corporate Counsel summarizing major developments for consumer class actions in 2021, many of which they wrote will carry over into 2022. The article included extensive contributions from Associates Crystal Lopez, Esteban Morales, and Adam Korn.
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Managing Member of Mintz’s Los Angeles Office Joshua Briones, Member Arameh Zargham O'Boyle, and Associate Matthew Novian co-authored an article published by Security magazine examining the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent ruling in TransUnion LLC v. Ramirez and its potentially significant implications for data breach and privacy class actions.
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Mintz Member Arameh O’Boyle and Associate Crystal Lopez co-authored an article published by Natural Products Insider examining proposed regulation and litigation risks associated with labeling cosmetics products as “natural.”
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Mintz Member Arameh O’Boyle and Associate Crystal Lopez co-authored an article published by Beauty Packaging Magazine that addressed how manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, and retailers can minimize litigation risks associated with labeling products as “natural.”
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The Daily Journal covered Mintz’s second annual “Lawyer for a Day” event held on March 5 in the firm’s Los Angeles office. During the event, Mintz hosted approximately 30 middle school students from New Los Angeles Charter School, a Title One school, for conversations with firm attorneys and external in-house counsel panelists to learn more about the legal profession and what it’s like to be a lawyer.
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This column discusses preemption defenses employed in pharmaceutical products liability cases – chief among them is the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s Changes Being Effected (CBE) regulations which allow brand manufacturers to modify a product label without prior FDA approval. Mintz Litigation Member Arameh O’Boyle and Associate Clancy Galgay authored the piece.
Arameh O’Boyle, a Member and Nada Shamonki, Of Counsel in the Mintz Los Angeles office, and Joanne Hawana, Of Counsel in the firm’s Washington, DC office collaborated on an article published in Law360 on regulatory changes to the cosmetics and personal care products industries.
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Mintz is expanding the firm’s Los Angeles office with the addition of a team of litigators led by Ralph A. Campillo and Arameh Zargham O’Boyle, joining as Members in the firm’s Litigation Practice. Associates Christopher Norton and Nicholas Weiss join them.



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