Daniel S. Trimmer focuses his practice on general civil litigation with concentrations in food safety and product recalls, products liability litigation, and catastrophic tort cases. Dan has experience defending a major big-box retailer and a food manufacturer as defendants in class actions and in numerous individual filed cases in federal and state courts with eight-figure exposure relating to a food-borne outbreak of Hepatitis A in nine Western states. He has successfully represented numerous clients in the food, restaurant and hospitality industries. Dan also served as lead co-counsel in the defense of a parachute manufacturer in a wrongful death lawsuit litigated in federal court. The case was successfully settled for the client.
Dan represents closely held and publicly traded companies in state and federal courts and in arbitrations. He works with clients to rapidly respond to incidents and sensitive government investigations on regulatory matters. Dan has handled all facets of complex civil litigation, including dispositive motions practice, electronic discovery, alternative dispute resolution, arbitration, and bench and jury trials.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Daniel S. Trimmer