Attorney Daniel N. Greenbaum is committed to using the law to ensure that people, especially vulnerable populations, are not harmed by the misconduct of powerful corporations and unscrupulous individuals. With these goals in mind, he formed the Greenbaum Law Firm in 2014, focusing his practice primarily on public interest litigation.

Since that time, he has investigated thousands of consumer products. Daniel has brought actions on behalf of his clients that have resulted in the removal of multitudes of chemicals from various consumer products, including shampoos and liquid soaps, sunscreens and other lotions containing sunscreen, metal polish, tiles, soft plastics, and, most recently, adult novelties. In the past two years, he has introduced personal injury and commercial collections into his practice.

More recently, Daniel has become particularly focused on representing people who have been the victim of corporate malfeasance. Specifically, he has begun representing clients in first party bad-faith insurance actions against their own insurers where the claims department refuses to pay a valid claim on an active policy.

Prior to forming his own firm, Daniel handled civil litigation and consumer bankruptcy matters, as well as serving as in-house counsel for (a media start-up), where he handled complex bankruptcy, commercial, and securities litigation.

Daniel N. Greenbaum graduated from Pepperdine University School of Law in May 2009. He passed the July 2009 California Bar Examination and was admitted to practice in California in December 2009.

He lives in Tarzana, California with his wife and two children. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, swimming, and playing guitar.