Daniel S. Tyler
Dan is a seasoned litigator representing clients in a wide range of matters from breach of contract, employment disputes, M&A litigation, government investigation, trademark, trade secret, commercial competition, consumer fraud, and class-action defense. Dan joined Esbrook Law following several years of successful practice in the commercial litigation space. His aggressive, yet business-focused approach to litigation is valued by clients for his keen insight into the best possible outcomes for the client (not for its lawyers). Dan’s sole focus is cost-efficient, yet effective legal representation to reach the goals articulated by his clients.
Dan represents clients across the full spectrum of the Esbrook Law client base, covering disputes common to established businesses, emerging brands, and private individuals. His clients recognize and appreciate his experience defending nationwide class-action lawsuits brought against companies for deceptive or misleading labeling, false advertising, deceptive trade practice and unfair competition claims brought under Section 43(a) of the federal Lanham Act, and claims brought under the various states’ Consumer Fraud and Protection statutes. Dan has successfully litigated in both state and federal jurisdictions spanning across the country, including hot spots in the Northern District of California and the Southern District of New York.
Prior to joining Esbrook Law, Dan was a commercial litigator with Amin Talati Wasserman, LLP and Novack and Macey, LLP in Chicago. Dan began his commercial litigation practice in Boston with Weston Patrick as an Associate Attorney in 2013. Prior to law school, Dan began his legal career as a civil litigation legal assistant at Kirkland & Ellis LLP in Chicago, where he led a support staff and trial team at Kirkland for six years before entering law school. Dan attended Suffolk University Law School where he served on the Moot Court Honor Board and was named Editor-in-Chief of the Suffolk Journal of Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Dan received his B.A. with a concentration in History from Colgate University.