Daniel Stewart Robinson

Robinson Calcagnie Inc.

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Corporate Plaza Drive 19
Newport Beach 92660 CA US

Daniel S. Robinson is a partner in the Newport Beach office of Robinson Calcagnie‚ Inc.‚ specializing in civil litigation. Mr. Robinson is admitted to practice law in New York‚ Pennsylvania and California.

Mr. Robinson has conducted several trials to date‚ including a 17-day trial in 2010 where a Los Angeles jury returned a verdict of $14‚548‚350.76 for a plaintiff who became a paraplegic when defendant’s SUV ran a stop sign.

Before working at Robinson Calcagnie‚ Inc. Mr. Robinson was a civil litigator at a large‚ national defense law firm where he handled matters of general business litigation. Prior to that‚ Mr. Robinson served as an Assistant District Attorney in the New York County District Attorney’s Office under the Hon. Robert M. Morgenthau.

As a New York City prosecutor, Mr. Robinson conducted numerous criminal trials, investigations and grand jury proceedings in the Trial Bureau Division as well as the Domestic Violence, Public Assistance Fraud, Counterfeit Trafficking, and Identity Theft Units.

Mr. Robinson received his Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Williams College in Williamstown‚ MA and his Juris Doctor from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles‚ CA‚ where he was awarded the International Academy of Trial Lawyers and the Hon. William M. Byrne‚ Sr. graduation awards.

Mr. Robinson competed for Loyola’s nationally–ranked Byrne Trial Advocacy Team where he and co–counsel took first place in the 2003 National Trial Competition Regional Championship‚ the 2002 Byrne Trial Advocacy Competition and the 2001 William W. Daniel Mock Trial National Championship.

 

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Corporate Plaza Drive 19
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