Dan Terzian is a commercial litigator. His practice spans the full range of claims faced and brought by businesses—breach of contract, computer fraud, defamation, false claims, RICO, trade secret misappropriation, and unfair competition. His clients include global companies, a United States Congresswoman, one of the greatest baseball players in the history of the MLB, and various celebrities.
Dan’s victories include winning an unprecedented motion to dismiss computer fraud claims and a $60 million summary judgment motion. He also opposed a motion to compel discovery of certain documents and won—even though the leading treatise said (wrongly, in Dan’s opinion) that the law was against him.
Several years ago, Dan read an article describing a top flight criminal defense lawyer as both a fighter and a scholar. Ever since he’s aspired to nothing less. In that vein, Dan literally wrote the hornbook on the Fifth Amendment and encryption. He has also written on the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act of 1989 and the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. His publications span the Los Angeles Times and the Northwestern University Law Review, among others. And his work has been cited or quoted by the Fourth Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals, the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals, the Court of Appeals of Indiana, the Congressional Research Service, American Banker, MIT Technology Review, The Guardian, and Information Technology & Innovation Foundation (again, among others).
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