Daniel Morris represents corporate and individual clients in a wide variety of commercial and corporate litigation matters nationwide. He has experience in the following areas:
- business issues, including breach of contract, fraud, unfair trade, defamation, and other business torts
- intellectual property issues, including misappropriation of trade secrets, theft of electronic information, software and technology disputes, and telecommunications issues
- employment issues, including enforcement of non-compete and non-solicit agreements, unfair competition, and fiduciary duties
- shareholder issues, including derivative actions, intra-corporate disputes, and oppression of minority shareholders
Daniel is also frequently consulted by clients concerning preventative counseling, data protection, and retention of document issues. He has significant experience in managing electronic discovery and forensic analysis of electronic evidence, and has experience utilizing alternative dispute resolution mechanisms to limit litigation expense and exposure.
Daniel is a graduate of Rutgers University School of Law—Camden, where he served as a research editor of the Rutgers Law Journal. He completed his undergraduate and graduate studies at Villanova University.