Zak Varshovi focuses his practice on commercial litigation matters before federal and state courts. Zak has litigated on a wide array of matters, including antitrust class actions, construction disputes, commercial real estate disputes, oil pipelines, and environmental disputes. He also handles motions practice and has successfully argued before trial courts, securing relief for his clients. Zak is experienced in taking depositions and in witness preparation, as well as in drafting and responding to offensive and defensive discovery.
Zak maintains an active pro bono practice, including defending a DC resident in a landlord-tenant dispute that resulted in a favorable dismissal with prejudice.
While in law school, Zak interned at DC Appleseed Center for Law and Justice. There, he drafted legal memoranda on the constitutionality of Washington, DC's concealed carry law in connection with an amicus curiae brief for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit.