Danny Abir is the managing partner of Abir Cohen Treyzon Salo, LLP, where he represents clients in the areas of property claim disputes, insurance bad faith, catastrophic personal injury, product liability, civil rights, medical malpractice, as well as complex civil litigation. Prior to being a founding partner at Abir Cohen Treyzon Salo, LLP, he was the managing partner of Alexander Cohen & Associates, one of the largest property insurance bad faith practices in California.
Mr. Abir has many sought-after legal articles published, including the F.S.I.A.: The Right to a Jury Trial in Suits Against Foreign Government Owned Corporations, published in the Stanford Journal of International Law, and, Suing a Foreign Government: A Note on Siderman v. The Republic of Argentina, published in the Whittier Law Review.
Mr. Abir is a member of the California State Bar, the United States District Court, the Central District of California, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He is on the board of governors of Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC), as well as, a board member of Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles (CAALA). He is also a member of The American Association of Justice (AAJ).
Mr. Abir received his Juris Doctor in 1994 from Whittier Law School, where he was an editor with the Whittier Law Review. After obtaining his law degree, he attended Georgetown University Law Center and New York University Law School, where he obtained LL.M. degrees in International Law (1995) and Taxation (1999), respectively. He obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance from the University of Southern California in 1989. Danny Abir has over 20 years of experience working as an attorney.