mike-nasoBorn on November 25, 1962, in Parma, Ohio, Orange County business lawyer Michael A. Naso attended the State University of New York at Cortland on a partial New York State Regents Scholarship and was awarded the Presidential Scholarship for outstanding grades. Prior to attending law school, Mr. Naso worked as a law clerk for the defense team on one of the most publicized cases in the country, U.S. v. Paul Castellano, et al. Mr. Naso attended Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles after being awarded the Paul W. Wildman Full Tuition Scholarship. While at Southwestern, Mr. Naso was elected the Justice (President) of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, the largest student organization at Southwestern and received an American Jurisprudence Award in Constitutional Law.

After being admitted to the bar, Mr. Naso practiced in the area of Insurance Defense at the firm of Daniels, Baratta, and Fine located in Century City. Mr. Naso’s duties included defending hotels, restaurants, bars, small businesses and homeowners as well as individual persons involved in automobile accidents. Mr. Naso also defended the Southern California Rapid Transit District in numerous actions filed against it.

In June 1993, Mr. Naso went into practice on his own with his initial office located in Century City. In July 1999, Mr. Naso moved to Orange County and was made “of counsel” to the firm of Callahan and Blaine, one of the most prestigious law firms in Orange County. While at Callahan and Blaine, Mr. Naso worked on many multi million dollar complex business litigation cases, including intellectual property and trade secret theft cases.

Mr. Naso now concentrates his practice in the areas of Business, Real Estate, and Personal Injury Litigation. He also occasionally works in the areas of Business and Real Estate Transactions. Mr. Naso is an Orange County business lawyer who has tried and arbitrated numerous cases with excellent results. Based on his experience, he frequently tries and arbitrates cases for other attorneys.