Daniel Lynch focuses on commercial litigation. Daniel’s practice has included examination of constitutional issues, including the First Amendment, Due Process Clause, Contract Clause, dormant Commerce Clause, and Article III standing, as well as complex tax and antitrust law issues. He has worked on numerous high-stakes litigation matters in federal court. He has also assisted clients in responding to subpoenas and has supervised document reviews and productions. In addition, Daniel has collaborated on matters with other practice groups across the firm, including the Advertising and Marketing Group and the Political Law Group.
During law school, Daniel served as a legal intern with the Campaign Legal Center, where he researched and drafted memoranda regarding Daubert motions, campaign finance disclosure issues, attorneys' fees in civil rights cases, contributions by federal contractors to super PACs, and coordination between campaigns and super PACs.