222 N. Pacific Coast Highway,
El Segundo, California 90245
- B.S., Business Administration, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
- J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, American Criminal Law Review – Articles and Notes Editor, Appellate Advocacy Team – Member
David Dworsky has represented clients in a wide range of litigation matters and complex business disputes, including contract disputes, consumer class actions, insurance bad faith lawsuits, real estate disputes, and lawsuits involving fraud and other common law torts. Mr. Dworsky also has significant experience litigating cases involving California’s Unfair Competition Law, Consumers Legal Remedies Act and False Advertising Law.
In addition to his litigation experience, Mr. Dworsky also routinely advises small companies on a variety of business and legal issues to help them achieve their long-term strategic vision. He has proven to be a competent and trusted advisor in this capacity, helping his clients avoid expensive litigation by recognizing potential problems at the early stages and developing creative and cost-effective solutions.
A native of Los Angeles, Mr. Dworsky has significant ties to his community. He previously served as Co-President of the Leadership Council for GO Campaign, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit that partners with grassroots organizations around the world to provide orphans and other vulnerable children with critical services. He also has volunteered with other local nonprofits, including Generation Her and A Sense of Home, and has performed extensive pro bono legal work in his career.
Outside of work, Mr. Dworsky enjoys playing golf, tennis, and basketball. He is a die-hard fan of University of North Carolina basketball and the Los Angeles Dodgers, and an even bigger fan of his two adorable nieces.
Before joining Boren, Osher & Luftman, LLP, Mr. Dworsky practiced law for more than eight years at Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton, LLP in Los Angeles. While at Sheppard Mullin, Mr. Dworsky participated in complex litigation including various business and real estate disputes on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants. He also was the co-chair of Sheppard Mullin’s Associates’ Forum and an active member of the firm’s Recruiting Committee.