Zachary Golda is an associate in the Business Trial Practice Group in the Orange County office.
Areas of Practice
Zachary’s practice focuses on general business litigation, including breach of contract, business torts, insurance, sports, and other high-stakes business litigation matters.
Zachary helps clients reach successful outcomes, including favorable settlements and dismissal of cases prior to discovery. For example, while defending an insurance carrier and its parent company from an institutional bad faith claim, Zachary helped draft a successful motion to dismiss removing the parent from the case.
Zachary also advises clients on responding to and challenging state and local orders, including orders related to COVID-19. Recently, Zachary advised a food and beverage producer on responding to a local health officer’s orders imposing extreme containment measures. Zachary created a tactical and realistic response plan approved by local authorities, relieving his client from the orders.
Zachary also maintains an active pro bono practice. Currently, Zachary represents a non-profit organization in litigation against a city’s attempt to shut the organization down through local zoning regulations.
Law of the Ledger Blog Posts
- "Tokenization: Opportunity and Regulation, Finding a Balance," October 15, 2021
- "Wyoming Takes the Lead With Decentralized Autonomous Organizations," May 25, 2021