Steven B. Corenblum

Najjar Denaburg, P.C.

Mobile, Alabama 36608


Banking, Bankruptcy, Contract, Creditor's Rights, Healthcare, Inheritance Disputes, Medical Malpractice, Real Estate, Shareholder Disputes

Steven B. Corenblum 

Mr. Corenblum was a corporate, tax and transactional lawyer with the Birmingham, Alabama law firm of Berkowitz, Lefkovits, Isom & Kushner and its successor, Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz from 1982 through Spring 1994 and again from 1997 until 2004. In the interim, he served as Vice-President, General Counsel and Chief Financial Officer of Parisian, Inc.

From 2004 until joining Najjar Denaburg in April 2011, Mr. Corenblum was engaged in a variety of business activities, including serving as Chief Executive Officer of a holding company with several operating businesses in the consumer packaged goods industry and a variety of private equity investments.

The depth and variety of Mr. Corenblum’s legal and business experience provides a unique perspective which enables him to bring a creative and innovative approach to resolving disputes. Mr. Corenblum has been involved in many civic and charitable organizations. For example, he has served as President of Temple Beth-El and the Temple Beth-El Foundation. He has also served on the Board, and as Chair, of the Mountain Brook Library. He is currently serving on the Executive Board of the ADR Section of the Birmingham Bar Association.


Admitted to Bar:  1982, Alabama

Education:  Emory University (B.A., 1979) Phi Beta Kappa; Harvard Law School (J.D., 1982)

Areas of Practice:  Mediation/Alternative Dispute Resolution; Business and Corporate Law

Nestled among the city’s teeming corporate towers, down a quiet cobblestone street, in a century-old brick and mortar structure are the law offices of Najjar Denaburg, P.C. In the 1800s, the building housed a livery stable; in the 1900s, a tavern. In this new millennium, clients find it is a center where serious service is painstakingly provided. And with a nod to its more recent history, they find that hospitality still thrives as well. It is an ideal place for Najjar Denaburg.

A progressive practice without pretension. Sophisticated, yet never stuffy. Where clients large and small are made to feel welcome, comfortable, and vital to the process. With its natural light atrium, thriving indoor trees, and hand-hewn hearths, this warm and storied setting proves to be natural home for our firm’s unique philosophy and fresh approach. We believe this is precisely the kind of environment where we can more freely stimulate honest communication, kindle ideas for more creative legal services, and forge relationships that will last a lifetime.

Najjar Denaburg, P.C. is steeped in legal tradition with a history of providing innovative solutions to complex legal issues. Our team is superbly skilled, with each highly sought member sharing a common strength: the ability to understand keenly his or her area of the law and to communicate it effectively- to the client, to the parties involved, and when necessary, to the court. Our attorneys boast local, regional, and national certifications in their fields and decades of practical experience.

Our staff of associates, legal assistants, and support personnel are motivated individuals who work closely with firm members to ensure that the same great care is given to the smallest detail as to the grandest strategy. In the end, we offer what every individual or business client needs and should demand from its team of legal representatives: support, stability, and success.

Najjar Denaburg, P.C.

2125 Morris Avenue

Birmingham, Alabama 35203

Phone: 205.250.8400

Fax: 205.326.3837

Email:  [email protected]
Successful Mediation of Leasing Disputes
12/8/2014 5:36:00 PM
Description: By Steven B. Corenblum and Barry Marks    Many leasing attorneys object to mediating lessor–lessee disputes.  Some feel that the law is clear enough in favor of the lessor or lender to result in a quick victory in court.