Omar Parra

San Francisco
Three Embarcadero Center
Suite 200
San Francisco, CA 94111

Omar Parra is a member of the Construction Law, Employment and Labor and General Liability Practice Groups. He defends parties in all phases of litigation including discovery, law and motion, mediation, and trial.

Omar has defended both national and local corporations in cases concerning breaches of contract, construction defects, products liability, and premises liability. Omar has extensive litigation experience in cases alleging ground subsidence, wage and hour violations, and weatherproofing defects, including defending and deposing percipient and expert witnesses, participating in mediation, and drafting trial motions. Omar also has substantial knowledge in drafting Master Services Agreements and Work Authorizations for owners, developers, and general contractors.  

While in law school, Omar was an extern for Magistrate Judges Jacqueline S. Corley and Nathanel M. Cousins of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. He was also a research assistant to Professor Morris Ratner, and a law clerk for the City of Oakland, Office of the City Attorney. 

Omar’s community involvement includes serving on the Executive Committee of the Litigation Section of the Barristers Club of the Bar Association of San Francisco. As an Executive Committee member, Omar helps plan social and educational events for the benefit of the Club’s membership, and has been instrumental in helping create a Mentor/Mentee Program. Omar also actively participates in the Federal Pro Bono Project by representing low-income federal litigants on a pro bono basis. Additionally, Omar is a member of the Earl Warren Inn of Court, a nationally recognized and distinguished chapter of the American Inns of Court.