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Empowering Individuals to Make a Difference
David L. ObergBusiness Attorney & President - Law Offices of David Lawrence Oberg, APC
Empowering California’s Professionals and Entrepreneurs
After practicing law for a number of years at a large national law firm, business attorney David L. Oberg started his own practice. As president of the Law Offices of David Lawrence Oberg in Calabasas, David aims to provide superior, cost-efficient legal and business services to entrepreneurs like himself, with specialties in business transaction matters and insolvency.
Also, having served as a reserve captain for the Culver City Police Department, just like Banc of California, he feels the importance of serving the community.
David expects a certain level of service from his business partners: “I understand the unique needs of my clients, and I think that’s very similar to what the bank does for me and for my clients,” he adds. “Banc of California provides personalized service that helps drive my success. I have the tools and support I need to grow my business.”
About David L. Oberg
David L. Oberg is a business attorney and president of the Law Offices of David Lawrence Oberg in Calabasas, California. After practicing law for a number of years at a large national law firm, he started his own practice providing legal and business services to entrepreneurs like himself. His approach is aimed at delivering cost-efficient and superior service, specializing in two main areas: business transaction matters and insolvency.
David also served as a reserve captain for the Culver City Police Department for more than 30 years and, like Banc of California, he believes in serving the community.
“The wonderful thing about Banc of California is that they are such a strong partner. They understand and get behind the client as opposed to flipping it the other way and making the client conform to the bank’s needs.”