Daniel Savrin is an experienced trial lawyer who has represented clients in civil and criminal litigation in federal and state courts in 35 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, in internal and government investigations, in numerous arbitrations and before foreign authorities. His broad litigation and counseling practice focuses on antitrust, white collar defense and government enforcement matters, and complex commercial disputes.
Daniel has been recognized as a leading litigator and counselor both for his extensive experience in handling and trying civil and criminal matters and his practical and effective approaches to litigating and resolving disputes with government agencies and among private parties. He represents major national and international corporations, professionals and other high-profile clients in litigating and resolving their difficult legal problems.
- Daniel’s antitrust and trade regulation practice includes the representation of individuals and corporations in criminal antitrust matters; civil enforcement matters; individual and class action civil litigation; merger-related proceedings and litigation; and counseling on general and industry specific trade regulation and distribution matters, and merger and acquisition issues.
- Daniel’s white collar defense and government enforcement practice includes the representation of both individuals and corporate entities in federal and state criminal and civil enforcement proceedings, the defense of enforcement actions brought by state attorneys general, the defense of qui tam actions, the conduct of internal investigations, and the implementation of regulatory compliance programs.
- Daniel’s complex commercial litigation practice involves a wide range of civil and class action matters in a variety of areas, including, among others, consumer protection, finance, insurance and securities matters.