Daniel Seabolt focuses his practice on commercial litigation, including matters involving breach of contract, business torts (e.g., fraud, defamation, tortious interference, unfair competition), and disputes involving trademark infringement, real property, construction, church litigation, and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). Daniel also assists in appeals work, having briefed matters before the California Court of Appeals, California Supreme Court, and the Ninth Circuit.
In addition to his work for firm clients, Daniel maintains a busy pro bono practice, leading to the Snell & Wilmer’s Pro Bono Award in 2019. Among other things, he has assisted indigent individuals in the areas of veteran disability benefits, landlord/tenant disputes, home remodeling contract disputes and fraud, and has assisted in inmate appeals involving 42 U.S.C., § 1983 claims and ineffective assistance of counsel.
Daniel is also involved in Snell & Wilmer’s LGBT affinity group, “SNELLGBTQ,” and maintains membership in the Los Angeles LGBT Bar Association. He has participated in several community outreach programs, including (a personal favorite) dressing up as Santa Claus for local elementary school students.
Represented entertainment consulting firm owner in his appeal of a default judgment to California Court of Appeal and Supreme Court, with a matter involving an awarded default judgment, and a challenge to long-standing case law
Represented non-profit corporation in its defense of an anti-SLAPP motion in the trial court and the California Court of Appeal
Represented individual in the defense of an appeal of Arizona district court’s denial of Qualified Immunity (42 U.S.C., § 1983) to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal
Represented Vietnam Veteran with the appeal of Department of Veterans Affair’s denial of disability benefits to the Board of Veteran’s Affairs
Represented client in the negotiation of settlement between Trustee and former-beneficiary, with a matter involving disputed ownership claims of real property valued at over $500,000
Drafted several Lambert motions to expunge mechanics liens and have represented clients in the negotiations for the removal of mechanics lien claims
Experience negotiating settlements of contract disputes, including breach of service agreements, breach of sales contracts, and the like
Loyola Law School (J.D., 2018)
Entertainment and Sports Law Society
Intellectual Property Law Society
Towson University (B.M., Vocal Performance, 2012)
Opera in a Can, Children's Outreach Program
Los Angeles County Bar Association (2019-Present)
American Bar Association – Young Lawyers Division (2018-Present)
LBGT Bar Association of Los Angeles (2016-Present)