Evan is a litigator who represents clients in disputes related to technology and handles the full gamut of class action cases. Evan’s work on technology-related and business disputes encompasses false advertising / unfair competition, trademark, licensing, privacy, and contract matters. He defends clients facing putative class actions around false advertising and product liability, including cases with California unfair competition and consumer protection law claims. Evan also has an active insurance litigation practice, handling coverage claims and disputes among primary and excess insurers in a variety of contexts.
Evan Co-chairs the firm's Class Action practice group and his complex litigation practice is focused on technology-related litigation and class actions involving intellectual property, commercial contract disputes, along with insurance, trade secret, unfair competition, and other Internet-related litigation.
Evan has spent more than a decade defending putative class actions in California and elsewhere, including consumer products, false advertising, and other product liability claims. The majority of these lawsuits involved claims under California's Unfair Competition Law, California's False Advertising Act, and California's Consumer Legal Remedies Act. He also has extensive experience in insurance coverage, contribution actions and is a member of the firm's Sports & Entertainment Practice.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Evan Nadel