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Neal Ganta, Esq. Direct Line: 949-260-0615
nganta@blakeleyllp.com Fax Line: 949-260-0613
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Neal is an associate attorney in Blakeley LLP’s Irvine office, and has experience representing a wide range of clients from individuals to Fortune Five Hundred Companies in both federal and state courts. He has successfully defended multinational corporations in courts throughout the United States and was a key member of the litigation team representing Chevron in the highly publicized RICO suit in the Southern District of New York, which uncovered that a 9 billion dollar Ecuadorian judgment had been procured by fraud. Mr. Ganta’s law practice is focused on contract disputes, fraud claims, financial matters, international law and commercial litigation. Prior to joining Blakeley LLP, Mr. Ganta served as a judicial law clerk to District Court Judge Raymond L. Finch of the District Court of the U.S. Virgin Islands and he was a litigation attorney at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, LLP in Orange County, CA.

Mr. Ganta earned his Juris Doctor degree cum laude from the University of San Diego School of Law in 2007, where he was elected to the Order of the Coif. As a student, Mr. Ganta worked in a wide variety of legal arenas, including the Attorney General's Office of Connecticut in the Consumer Protection Division and an Oakland based entertainment law firm and recording company Hieroglyphics Imperium, LLC. Mr. Ganta received his Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude in Philosophy and International Relations from Northwestern University in 2004.

Mr. Ganta is admitted to the bar in the State of California, the District of Columbia, and the United States Virgin Islands.

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