DANIEL D. EDELMAN is a Member of the Firm in the Litigation & Business Disputes practice, in the New York office of Epstein Becker Green. Mr. Edelman is a commercial litigator with over 25 years of experience handling all phases of complex commercial litigation and courtroom work. He has particular experience in antitrust, securities, trade secret, real estate, intellectual property, and fiduciary duty actions. In addition, he has represented commercial clients in a wide range of contract and tort-based actions in both federal and state courts as well as before arbitration panels, and successfully tried jury cases and brought appeals before federal and state appellate courts.
Mr. Edelman has been involved in some large and significant antitrust and securities cases, including multi-district class actions brought under federal and state statutes. In the antitrust context, he has litigated cases under the Sherman Act, the Clayton Act, the Commodities Exchange Act, and state antitrust laws involving such issues as price fixing, price discrimination, boycotts, attempted monopolization, and tying arrangements.
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