Dana has been involved in a number of nationally significant cases, including complex class actions, medical device, pharmaceutical product liability, intellectual property, Internet, constitutional, civil rights, business disputes, unfair business practices, major felony (federal drug task force/conspiracies), international trademark and brand protection, and other cases.
Dana’s cases have been in diverse areas of the law and have included complex legal and procedural issues.
Among the cases litigated by Dana over the last two decades are Silicone Gel Breast Implant Litigation, Rampart civil rights litigation, Diet Drug (Fen Phen) Litigation, Rezulin Litigation, Microsoft security litigation, vehicle and SUV rollovers, Sulzer Orthopedic hip device litigation, DePuy ASR hip device litigation, transvaginal mesh litigation, international business claims, and international entertainment litigation.
Dana has represented clients from over a dozen countries in cases before courts in the United States and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva, Switzerland. In 2000, Dana was appointed as an Attorney Settlement Officer for the United States District Court for the Central District of California (2000-2003) in the complex specialties of class actions and product liability.
Selected from over 200,000 lawyers, the American Bar Associationnamed Dana the Solo Practitioner of the Year at the ABA Annual Meeting. The American Bar Association is the largest voluntary professional association in the world.
To visit The Congressional Record on The Library of Congress website and read Tribute to Dana Taschner presented before the United States Senate by Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, click here.