Daniel Wu is a seasoned litigator who specializes in financial institutions, commercial and business litigation, and intellectual property litigation. Daniel has handled numerous litigation matters and commercial workouts for regional and national banks and other financial institutions.
Representative litigation matters involve bank operations, business torts, breach of contract, discrimination claims, forgeries and alterations, fraud, including wire fraud, organized crime schemes, Internet scams, investment schemes, unfair competition and unfair business claims, creditor’s rights/bankruptcy, provisional remedies, real estate based transactions and secured transactions.
Daniel has represented clients across a wide variety of industries in all aspects of business and commercial litigation, including the prosecution and defense of complex breach of contract, fraud, unfair business competition, trade secret and business tort claims. Because several of these matters involve entities domiciled outside the US, Daniel is also knowledgeable in handling the specific procedural intricacies in litigating against internationally based entities.
Daniel has a science background and has successfully represented clients in the prosecution and defense of numerous patent infringement and invalidity matters involving a broad range of technologies, including software, consumer products, mechanical devices, promotional products and medical devices.
Daniel’s science background has proved invaluable in dissecting the complex technologies behind many of these patent matters and he has appeared in multiple jurisdictions, including the Eastern District of Texas, a well-known forum for patent litigation. In connection with Daniel’s intellectual property practice, he has also litigated many complex trademark, copyright and misappropriation of trade secret matters.
Representative matters range from trademark disputes involving artificial log products to a lighted promotional product, copyright disputes involving literary works for a widely disseminated and well-known periodical to software source code infringement to a work of performing art, and misappropriation of trade secret matters involving audio consumer products to breaches of licensing agreements.
Daniel has represented employers against claims of harassment and discrimination, wrongful termination and retaliation in state and federal court as well as wage, meal and break period violations before administrative agencies such as the California Labor Commissioner.
Memberships and Affiliations:
- Los Angeles County Bar Association
- National Asian Pacific American Bar Association
- Pepperdine University, J.D.
- University of California at Berkeley, B.A.
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