David Greco

David Greco joined Nicholas and Tomasevic in 2016. He represents both defendants and plaintiffs in complex class actions, employment cases, insurance coverage claims, and business disputes. He counsels employers on compliance issues under state and federal law and has substantial experience drafting and refining employee handbooks. Prior to joining Nicholas and Tomasevic, David represented corporations, public entities, and non-profits in an array of matters including claims for employment discrimination, sexual misconduct, traumatic brain injury, as well as violations of consumer protection and privacy laws.

David graduated magna cum laude from the University Of San Diego School Of Law. While there, he founded and ran the Employment & Labor Law Society. In that capacity, he successfully petitioned the University to add an employment & labor concentration to its curriculum. He earned several accolades, including a “High Honors” designation and “Best Writing” award in Advanced Legal Writing. David later served as a teaching assistant for Advanced Legal Writing. David continues his dedication to student development by tutoring students in legal writing and bar exam preparation.

David’s professional experience spans across various practice areas and all stages of litigation. While in law school, he interned with two judges—The Honorable Janis Sammartino of the U.S. District Court and the Honorable Terry O’Rourke of the California Court of Appeal. He also participated in the University of San Diego’s first-ever Supreme Court Clinic, wherein a group of students filed an amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court in Noel Canning v. National Labor Relations Board. The United States Supreme Court cited to this brief in its final opinion. After law school, he worked as a volunteer attorney in the Employment & Administrative Mandate Section of the California Attorney General, where he represented various State of California entities in State Personnel Board disputes and lawsuits alleging employment discrimination.