Daniel P. Jackson is a Shareholder and a member of Vedder Price’s Litigation practice area.
Mr. Jackson focuses his practice on representing financial institutions and equipment lessors and manufacturers in litigation matters throughout the United States. He has significant experience enforcing commercial lending/leasing agreements, defending tort claims and litigating matters involving the transportation industry. Mr. Jackson represents a wide array of corporate and individual clients in a range of other matters, including toxic torts, products liability, intellectual property, trade secrets and consumer fraud matters. Mr. Jackson also has experience defending companies against consumer litigation matters, including class actions and claims under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
Mr. Jackson has experience in all aspects of litigation, appeals and post-judgment proceedings, including arbitrations and bench and jury trials. He was selected as an Emerging Lawyer, an affiliate of Leading Lawyers, from 2016 to 2021.
Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Jackson was an editor for the John Marshall Law Review. Additionally, he was co-captain of the Regional Champion team in the ATLA Mock Trial Competition (2006) as well as co-captain of the National Semi-Finalist team that same year. He participated in numerous other trial competitions, including the Kenneth Kandaras Mock Trial Competition (1st Place), the Georgetown White Collar Crime Invitational and the LoneStar Classic.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Daniel P. Jackson