Dan Stephenson is a trial lawyer with more than three dozen years’ experience in courtrooms across the country. He specializes in complex lawsuits involving science and technology, such as intellectual property, mass tort, class action, and cybersecurity litigation. He also handles complex business disputes such as securities, antitrust, business tort, and mergers & acquisition litigation. His most recent experience includes the defense of companies in the computer, pharmaceutical, aviation, and consumer product industries.
Mr. Stephenson is on the steering committees of the K&L Gates Trial Academy and the firm’s Anti-Trafficking Initiative. He is the Pro Bono Coordinator for the Raleigh office. His experience in the field of human trafficking is substantial, having represented individual victims, aid organizations, and advocacy groups.
He is a world champion masters swimmer and a published novelist.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Daniel J. Stephenson