Business law attorney Abraham Mathew was born in India and emigrated to the United States in 1977, settling in Southern California.
Abraham performed his undergraduate work at the University of Southern California (USC) graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Business Economics. After applying his business and finance skills at a multinational bank, Abraham attended the Pepperdine University School of Law as a scholarship student and successfully earned his Juris Doctor degree in 1995.
After law school Abraham worked for the Federal Reserve Bank and in 1996, he formed the Law Office of Abraham Mathew. In 2003, he partnered with his friend and fellow trial attorney Jacob George and formed the law firm of Mathew & George.
Since 1996, Abraham Mathew has successfully handled over 500 business and commercial lawsuits, frequently taking cases to trial when it was beneficial or vital to his clients’ interests. He has also successfully handled several appeals in the appellate courts.
As a corporate and commercial litigation attorney with significant experience in finance and business, Abraham’s goal is simple: that is to win cases and to do so in the most economic manner possible.
“I believe that attention to detail, a firm grasp of facts, a can-do attitude and a healthy dose of common sense is the best way to achieve success in complex business litigation cases,” says Abraham.
Abraham is active in his community, serving as President and Member of the Board of Directors of the SDM Cancer Relief Fund, a Trustee at the St. Andrews Mar Thoma Church, and a Patron of the Snehabhavan and Jyothis Schools for Children with Development Disabilities.