Daniel Lev has devoted his practice to corporate restructuring, commercial and appellate law, and business litigation. He has represented corporate debtors, creditors’ committees, panel trustees, financial institutions, insurance companies, real estate developers, and landlords in a wide variety of insolvency and business matters.
As a native Los Angelino and diehard UCLA fan, Dan’s approach to law follows the words of the legendary John Wooden, who aptly noted, “Failing to prepare is preparing to fail.” When not practicing law or watching his beloved Bruins with utter angst, Dan enjoys fly-fishing, pushing his body to the limits every Sunday playing softball, reading his small collection of Civil War books, and hosting the SulmeyerKupetz Texas Hold’em tournaments. Dan also enjoys time with his son and daughter, Brandon and Elizabeth, who are both attending college but continue to test his patience daily.
State Bar of California
Loyola Law School – Juris Doctor (1986)
University of California, Los Angeles – Bachelor of Arts (1983)