Brandon Grzandziel is an attorney at Levin Law whose practice consists of representing institutions, individuals, family offices, and other aggrieved investors and consumers in class actions and litigation related to investment fraud, cryptocurrency matters, cybersecurity, and data privacy. Over the course of his career he has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for his clients.
Prior to joining Levin Law, Mr. Grzandziel was a Director of a national plaintiffs’ litigation firm headquartered in Florida. While there he successfully represented clients ranging from individuals to sophisticated institutional investors in high-stakes litigation against some of the largest financial institutions, industrial conglomerates, pharmaceutical companies, and tech companies in the world.
Originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Mr. Grzandziel earned his Bachelor of Arts with honors from Wake Forest University, before moving to Florida to attend the University of Miami School of Law. At UM Law, Brandon was the Executive Editor of the University of Miami Business Law Review, and had the honor of having his article, A New Argument for Fair Use Under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, published in the Spring/Summer 2008 issue of the Business Law Review.