Daniel Fortune represents clients in matters involving cybersecurity, white-collar defense, government enforcement actions and regulatory compliance. In addition, Daniel has litigated more than 75 jury trials in federal and state courts involving complex matters and computer forensics. His clients value his proactive approach, as well as his commitment to protecting and defending their best interests and reputations.
Prior to joining Bradley, Daniel served as the lead cybersecurity attorney at a litigation boutique, and as a state prosecutor and federal prosecutor litigating matters involving computer forensics, white-collar crime and government investigations. As the Deputy Chief Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Criminal Division, he supervised major cybercrime, white-collar fraud, public corruption, asset forfeiture and national security matters. He also served as the Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property Coordinator with top-secret security clearance, working on matters involving cleared defense contractors. In addition, Daniel supervised national and international investigations related to internet crime, money laundering, and cryptocurrencies.
During his time at the Department of Justice, Daniel was recognized by the FBI Director for his work with the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force for achieving notable success in major crime control efforts and for contributions to complex and sensitive operations.
Daniel serves as an adjunct professor at the Birmingham School of Law and Miles School of Law, where he teaches Torts and Trial Advocacy. He is also a respected mentor and advisor for the Birmingham School of Law Mock Trial Team.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Daniel J. Fortune