Daniel Morris is a business litigation attorney in the firm’s Philadelphia office. His practice consists of handling complex litigation, representing both corporations and individuals in commercial and corporate disputes, intellectual property issues, and employment matters, with a focus on trade secrets theft, disputes with former executive employees, and software and technology litigation.
Dan has extensive experience litigating trade secret, non-compete, non-solicitation, raiding, and other restrictive covenants matters in numerous industries including medical device, telecommunications, financial services, and pharmaceuticals. Along with prosecuting and defending employment mobility issues in state and federal courts nationwide, he regularly counsels corporate clients on the scope and enforceability of restrictive covenant agreements.
Dan also has significant experience in business divorce litigation, and regularly represents clients in minority shareholder oppression or breach of fiduciary duty actions, derivative claims, and intra-corporate disputes.
In addition to his trial experience, Dan devotes significant time to preventive counseling on behalf of clients, and conducts corporate internal investigations. Dan is regularly involved in numerous alternative dispute resolution and mediation cases in assisting clients to avoid high litigation expenses.
Outside the Firm
Dan is engaged in the community and active in nonprofits. He was recently appointed to the Philadelphia Leadership Council of the American Red Cross. Dan lives in the Philadelphia suburbs with his wife and two young daughters.