Dan Silverman has a winning track record litigating complex commercial and intellectual property matters for clients in both state and federal courts throughout the country. Dan has extensive experience litigating consumer class actions in the context of false advertising and privacy statutes, and a range of other business torts and contract disputes. He has also navigated intellectual property disputes, including trade secret, patent, and trademark infringement disputes. In addition, Dan has defended numerous cases arising under California's Proposition 65.
A seasoned trial attorney, Dan has tried to verdict or arbitration award more than two dozen disputes. He is skilled at distilling complex facts to the key kernels of information that will resonate with and persuade the judge or jury.
Dan is mindful of his clients’ bottom line, and gears his litigation strategy toward ensuring that his clients’ needs are met in a cost-efficient manner. This includes resolving disputes through early motion practice, and using various alternative dispute resolution techniques early in litigation.