Greenwald Davidson Radbil PLLC | Michael Greenwald
Attorneys
Michael  L. Greenwald

PRACTICES

Consumer Finance
Securities Fraud

EDUCATION

Duke University School of Law
J.D., 2004

University of Virginia
B.A., 2001

ADMISSIONS

  • Florida

United States District Courts
 
  • Southern District of Florida
  • Middle District of Florida
  • Northern District of Florida
  • District of Colorado
  • Eastern District of Wisconsin
  • Eastern District of Michigan
  • Western District of Michigan
  • Northern District of Indiana
  • Southern District of Indiana
  • Western District of Arkansas
  • Eastern District of Arkansas

United States Circuit Courts of Appeals
 
  • Eleventh Circuit
Michael L. Greenwald
Florida
CONTACT INFORMATION
Tel: 561-826-5477
Fax: 561-961-5684
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Michael Greenwald is a founding partner of Greenwald Davidson Radbil PLLC.

Mr. Greenwald is currently prosecuting consumer protection class actions in courts around the country. He was recently appointed class counsel in:
 
  • Johnson v. Navient Solutions, Inc. (S.D. Ind.); Toure and Heard v. Navient Solutions, Inc. (S.D. Ind.) ($19.74 million class action settlement under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act); 
  • Cross v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. (N.D. Ga.) ($30.4 million class action settlement under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act);
  • ​Markos v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. (N.D. Ga.) ($16.4 million class action settlement under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act);
  • Luster v. Wells Fargo Dealer Services, Inc. (N.D. Ga.) (preliminary approval of $14.8 million class action settlement under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act​);
  • Prater v. Medicredit, Inc. and The Outsource Group, Inc. (E.D. Mo.) ($6.75 million class action settlement under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act);
  • James v. JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. (M.D. Fla.) ($3.75 million class action settlement under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act​);
  • Ritchie v. Van Ru Credit Corp. (D. Ariz.) ($2.3 million class action settlement under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act)
  • Prather v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. (N.D. Ga.) ($2.075 million class action settlement under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act​);
  • Jones v. I.Q. Data International, Inc. (D.N.M.) ($1 million class action settlement under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act);
  • Schwyhart v. AmSher Collection Services, Inc. (N.D. Ala.) (nearly $1 million settlement under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, plus substantial injunctive relief);
  • Donnelly v. EquitytExperts.org, LLC (E.D. Mich.) (class action settlement under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act resulting in payments of up to $3,200 to class members).

He was also appointed class counsel in the following consumer protection class actions:
 
  • McWilliams v. Advanced Recovery Systems, Inc. (S.D. Miss.) (class action settlement under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act);
  • Jallo v. Resurgent Capital Services, L.P. (E.D. Tex.) (class action settlement under the FDCPA​);
  • Roundtree v. Bush Ross, P.A. (M.D. Fla.) (class action settlement under the FDCPA); 
  • Rhodes v. National Collection Systems, Inc. (D. Colo.) (class action under the FDCPA);
  • Lambeth v. Advantage Fin. Servs., LLC (D. Idaho) (class action settlement under the FDCPA, including injunction prohibiting violative debt collection practices);
  • Rhodes v. Olson Associates, P.C. d/b/a Olson Shaner (D. Colo.) (class action settlement under the FDCPA);
  • Gonzalez v. Dynamic Recovery Solutions, LLC (S.D. Fla.) (class action settlement under the FDCPA, including nationwide injunction prohibiting violative debt collection practices).

In addition, Mr. Greenwald served on the litigation teams prosecuting City of Ann Arbor Employees' Retirement System v. Sonoco Products Co., et al., in the District of South Carolina ($13 million) and In re Evergreen Ultra Short Opportunities Fund Sec. Litig., in the District of Massachusetts ($25 million). 

Prior to forming the firm, Mr. Greenwald spent six years as a litigator at Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP, the nation's largest plaintiffs' class action firm. There, Mr. Greenwald focused his practice on complex class actions, including securities, corporate governance, and consumer fraud litigation. While at Robbins Geller, Mr. Greenwald served as counsel in the successful prosecution of numerous class actions, including: In re Red Hat, Inc. Securities Litigation (E.D.N.C.) ($20 million), Norfolk County Retirement System, et. al. v. Ustian (N.D. Ill.) ($13 million), Romero v. U.S. Unwired, Inc. (E.D. La.) ($9.7 million), Lefkoe v. Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, Inc. (D. Md.) ($4 million), In Re: NationsRent Rental Fee Litigation (S.D. Fla.), and In re Odimo, Inc. Securities Litigation ($1.25 million).

Mr. Greenwald began his legal career as an attorney at Holland & Knight LLP.

Mr. Greenwald earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Virginia in January 2001. While at the University of Virginia, Mr. Greenwald served as editor-in-chief of The Cavalier Daily, the school's student-run newspaper. During his tenure as editor-in-chief, The Cavalier Daily was honored with the Associated Collegiate Press' 1999 Pacemaker Award as one of the best collegiate dailies in the country. Also while at the University of Virginia, Mr. Greenwald served as an undergraduate fellow at the University's Center for Politics.

In 2004, Mr. Greenwald earned his Juris Doctor degree from Duke University School of Law, where he was awarded the Justin Miller Award for Leadership. At Duke, Mr. Greenwald was the co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Devil's Advocate, the School of Law's independent newspaper.

Before attending Duke, Mr. Greenwald wrote for The Miami Herald, where he authored over 80 news articles.

Mr. Greenwald can be reached by email at mgreenwald@gdrlawfirm.com.