Daniel LeBel

Daniel LeBel

Based in San Francisco, Daniel LeBel prosecuted complex securities, antitrust, and consumer law cases against some of the country’s largest corporations for national litigation firms prior to opening his own practice. The Consumer Law Practice focuses on providing a client-centered approach to consumer class actions and prosecuting individual automobile dealer fraud and “lemon” law cases. Dan’s writings on class-action litigation have been published internationally.

After graduating from the University of California at Berkeley with distinction, Dan earned his law degree and Civil Litigation concentration at Hastings College of the Law. He’s practiced throughout California and has been admitted pro hac vice in courts across the country. In addition to private practice, Dan LeBel represents individuals who otherwise would not receive legal representation pro bono through local nonprofit legal aid organizations and promotes consumer rights through work with the National Association of Consumer Advocates (“NACA”).

When not practicing law, Dan seeks balance by spending time with his daughters, snowboarding, and seeking out new sports and adventures. 

Articles written by this author:
Why class counsel must think like a trial lawyer

Why class counsel must think like a trial lawyer

There are many obstacles on the way to class certification, but Spokeo isn’t one of them

Daniel LeBel

2017 February