Areas of Focus
Daniel Dingerson protects the interests of global advertising agencies, marketing companies, retailers and manufacturers in a wide range of complex commercial and trademark litigation and class actions. He resolves difficult business disputes, protects trademark rights and focuses on strategies to avoid costly litigation.
Daniel’s broad-based experience across a range of industries helps him understand the perspectives of his clients, their partners and their adversaries and provide insight to achieve practical and creative solutions. He drives efficient and effective results that meet clients’ needs and further ongoing business objectives by considering risks and opportunities.
Daniel’s advice frequently supports clients in resolving their matters preemptively through negotiations, mediation or arbitration. When litigation is necessary, he is involved in all aspects of a dispute — including developing strategies, conducting fact investigations and making legal arguments — to position clients for positive results.
Earlier in his career, Daniel practiced at Foley & Lardner in Chicago representing financial services institutions, real estate corporations and investment trusts in complex commercial litigation.
Protected trademarks of a worldwide provider of transportation and logistics services and won over $6 million in statutory damages and attorneys’ fees in litigation concerning defendants’ willful infringement. Overcame resistance from the magistrate judge and prevailed on summary judgment, giving our client earlier relief. Also obtained injunctive relief to end defendants’ infringement and for our client to use in deterring other infringers.
Defended a global information technology services company against multimillion dollar claims brought in federal court for breach of contract in connection with the termination of a lightning data services and software agreement. Achieved dismissal of the primary claims and resolved the remaining claims.
Defended a major advertising agency in a federal government investigation into alleged anti-competitive practices of bid-rigging involving the agency’s largest client. Conducted an internal investigation and helped institute best practices for future bidding scenarios. Coordinated with senior executives to develop the agency’s response to the government which resulted in the investigation being closed with no charges, no admission of liability, and no monetary penalties.
Prevailed at trial on behalf of a major media and technology company in an earn-out dispute. Obtained complete dismissal of breach of contract and fraud claims seeking $18 million in damages and defended the plaintiff’s appeal.
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- University of California – Los Angeles (J.D., 2004)
- University of Michigan (B.B.A., with high distinction, 2001)
- New York
- U.S. District CourtSouthern District of New York
- U.S. District CourtEastern District of New York
- U.S. District CourtNorthern District of Illinois
- U.S. District CourtDistrict of Colorado
- U.S. Court of AppealsSecond Circuit
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