Dan Bukovac has represented individuals and businesses, both as plaintiffs and defendants, in administrative proceedings, arbitrations and lawsuits. Much of his practice has been devoted to complex multiparty lawsuits, including class actions and multidistrict federal litigation where related lawsuits brought in different federal districts are coordinated before a single judge for pretrial proceedings. His diverse experience includes product liability litigation involving welding products and genetically modified corn, securities litigation involving derivatives and ethanol plants and antitrust litigation involving brand name prescription drugs and petroleum products. Early in his career, Dan was associated with a New York law firm, working on energy and antitrust litigation in the firm's New York and Washington offices.
Dan has defended clients in a variety of complex litigation matters involving a combination of class actions, multidistrict federal court litigation, state court actions, state attorneys general investigations and state and federal criminal prosecutions, including the following:Product Liability Litigation
Dan has spoken at numerous seminars, lecturing on such topics as MDL proceedings, securities arbitrations, expert witnesses, environmental assessments, lender liability and compliance issues for small and medium size businesses. Such speaking engagements include:
Best Lawyers in America, Commercial Litigation, 2016-2017