Dan Nabel is an associate in Greenberg Glusker’s Litigation Group and is a member of the firm’s Associates Committee. Mr. Nabel handles a variety of litigation matters and provides advice in the areas of intellectual property and real estate. Mr. Nabel lectures several times a year at USC Gould School of Law on “Deposition Strategies and Techniques.” Mr. Nabel has participated in dozens of litigation and arbitration matters, with great success. Some year-to-year highlights include:
In 2014, Mr. Nabel successfully argued before the California Court of Appeal and obtained the reversal of an adverse judgment based on the plaintiff’s lack of standing under California’s Unfair Competition Law.
In 2013, Mr. Nabel obtained a $100,000 settlement in a real estate case after overcoming a significant statute of limitations hurdle relating to a fraud that occurred nearly twenty years prior to the filing of the lawsuit.
In 2012, Mr. Nabel produced an amazing result for an 86 year old woman and her daughter who had been evicted from their family home in 2011 after a non-judicial foreclosure sale based on a sham loan. After obtaining crippling admissions at the defendant’s deposition, Mr. Nabel obtained a settlement which returned the family home to his clients and provided them with a sizable monetary award. For more information, read: “A story too compelling to ignore.”
In 2011, Mr. Nabel obtained a $1.1 million dollar judgment for his client as part of a two-person trial team, after a two-week jury trial, against two yacht manufactures based on the Song Beverly Act; for more information, read: “Greenberg Glusker Trial Team Secures $1.1 Million Judgment in Faulty Boat Case.”