Dan focuses primarily on e-discovery issues. Dan began his work in the electronic discovery area in 1992 with keyword searches of an opposing party's backup tapes. Since then, he has been involved in computer-related litigation, computerized methods of litigation support, software licensing and numerous other matters concerning computerized information. He has also assisted clients in the formulation of e-mail usage policies. Dan recently completed a one-year stint in Europe serving in-house at a major client where he assisted in litigation coordination.
Dan worked as a computer programmer prior to attending law school. Before joining the firm in 1988, Dan was an assistant U.S. attorney in Washington, D.C., and thereafter worked for a law firm in Frankfurt, Germany.