Yoseph Rixit represents some of the world's most well-known manufacturers and distributors in litigation throughout California. He represents automobile manufacturers and dealerships in contract disputes involving the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act (lemon law). He also defends manufacturers in high-risk cases arising from product liability and toxic exposures to asbestos. Versed in all phases of litigation, Yoseph concentrates on discovery, drafting motions, and preparing cases for trial. His experience working in Canada, China, and the United States provides him a unique understanding of diverse legal, business, government affairs, and cultural issues.
While in law school, Yoseph gained extensive experience in entertainment transactional practice as a legal intern at one of the largest studios in Hollywood. As an acquisition and co-production legal intern with Lionsgate, he worked on distribution, talent, and financing agreements for numerous independent and high-budget films. He was also an intern at a leading international sales, film finance, and production company. Before law school, Yoseph was an interpreter with the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada.
- Southwestern Law School (J.D., 2020)
- President, Southwestern Sports Law Society
- Editor, Law Review
- Dean's List
- University of Waterloo (B.A., 2015)
- U.S. District Court for the Central District of California
- State Bar of California
- Chinese (Mandarin)