Mr. Daniel S. Weinberger is a commercial litigator who draws on his prior experience as a corporate attorney at an international law firm and a law clerk to a federal judge in Washington, D.C. to resolve complex litigations arising throughout the country and internationally.
Mr. Weinberger’s practice is focused on commercial litigation and other complex disputes involving companies and high net-worth individuals. He practices in federal and state courts in New York and in federal courts throughout the country and also advises clients involved in international litigation.
While the bulk of Mr. Weinberger’s practice involves business disputes, including breach of contract and securities fraud actions, he has litigated a diverse array of cases, including those involving foreign trust and estate laws, ERISA, U.S. anti-terrorism laws, and constitutional law.
- George Washington University Law School(J.D., with honors)
- George Washington Scholar
- Thurgood Marshall Scholar
- Member, The George Washington International Law Review
- Duke University (B.A.)
- State of New York
- United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
- United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York
- United States District Court for the District of Columbia
- United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
Representative cases for which Mr. Weinberger has served as counsel include matters in which he:
- Represents an heir in a multibillion-dollar international estate litigation comprising cases in various jurisdictions within the United States and abroad.
- Represents a computer software company in defense of allegations of fraud relating to a computer equipment lease transaction between one of the company’s subsidiaries and an investment fund.
- Represented a foreign commercial bank in a $60 million conversion claim relating to the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy.
- Defended a national merchant bank and a credit card processing services company against breach of contract and related claims brought by various merchants over the processing of consumer transactions.
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