Daniel J. Innamorati focuses primarily on complex commercial litigation, including entertainment matters, business torts, contract and intellectual property disputes, and class actions. He has represented a wide range of clients in both trial and appellate court. Dan has also practiced before regulatory agencies and has advised on transactional matters.
Represents boxing promoter, boxer, and multiple media defendants in multidistrict litigation involving over 40 class actions alleging false advertising and consumer protection violations arising out of a pay-per-view boxing match.
Represents hotelier and his hotel management, real estate, and entertainment company in various litigation disputes.
Represented video game developer against consumer class action claims asserting that the game’s features and customer play experience were overstated in advertising and promotion.
Represented hedge fund in breach of contract and fraud action.
Represented video game publisher in breach of contract and intellectual property dispute.
Represented a major entertainment and media conglomerate in a complex copyright and contract dispute.
Represented celebrity-founded charity in breach of contract and fraud action.
US Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
US District Court, Central and Northern Districts of California
University of California, Los Angeles, School of Law, J.D.
Northwestern University, B.A., Political Science and Legal Studies