David W. Brody has been representing financial institutions and commercial clients throughout California for over 36 years. His clients include some of California’s largest and smallest banks. He advises his clients regarding complex loan transactions, loan documentation and litigation relating to breach of contract, fraud, bankruptcy and real estate.
Mr. Brody is admitted to practice law in all courts in the State of California and the U.S. District Courts for the Southern, Northern, Eastern and Central Districts of California. He graduated from University of San Diego School of Law in 1983 and received a B.S. in Economics from Southern Connecticut State University in 1979.
Mr. Brody is a member of the San Diego County Bar Association, a member and former president (2008) of the San Diego County Bankruptcy Forum, a member and former board of director (2006-2008) of the California Bankruptcy Forum, and a member and former Chairman (1992) of the Commercial Law Section of the San Diego County Bar Association.
Mr. Brody has participated in educational presentations for the San Diego County Bankruptcy Forum, the Commercial and Bankruptcy Law Sections of the San Diego County Bar Association, the National Business Institute, the Federal Bar Association and Sterling Educational Systems.
Mr. Brody has spent 19 years as a Board member for two San Diego non-profits: Family Health Centers of San Diego (1996-2004), (Mr. Brody chaired the annual Kid Care Auction which raised over $800,000 for the pediatric services of the health centers); The Center for Community Solutions (2006-2017), San Diego’s largest non-profit dealing with domestic violence issues.
Recent matters handled by Mr. Brody include the representation of a large Los Angeles based bank seeking the recovery of $4,600,000 for breach of a loan participation agreement and the representation of two shopping center owners regarding lease term negotiations with Toys R Us and Aaron Brothers.