Inder Comar is Legal Director at Comar Law. Inder completed his legal training at New York University School of Law.
Prior to opening his own practice, Inder worked at Latham & Watkins LLP, one of the largest law firms in the world. At Latham & Watkins, Inder handled complex litigations on behalf of the world’s most well known businesses and institutions, in areas as diverse as antitrust, employment, and intellectual property.
He also spent a year working at The Alliance for Children’s Rights, a non-profit in Los Angeles dedicated to supporting foster children.
Inder completed his undergraduate work at Stanford University, earning a degree in Psychology and a degree International Relations, as well as a Master of Arts degree in Sociology.
Inder has lived and worked in Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Spain, Romania and India. He is a trained negotiator and mediator, and speaks German and Spanish.
Inder is licensed to practice law before the California and New York bars.
Some of Inder’s publications and speaking engagements include:
- “New Approaches to Intellectual Property,” published in Practicing Law in the Sharing Economy, American Bar Association 2012
- “The Future of Human Rights Litigation In The Wake Of Kiobel,” September 21, 2013, Washington University School of Law
- “Funding the Fight: Ethical Alternative Litigation Funding,” January 31, 2014, University of San Francisco School of Law