Dan Bobier is a litigator and a member of the firm’s Complex Commercial Litigation Practice.

Mr. Bobier has significant experience in both state and federal litigation, having appeared in trial and appellate courts alike and litigated cases to resolution in both bench and jury trials. He handles all phases of civil litigation, and, in support of that practice, has worked on and coordinated internal investigations.  Mr. Bobier has represented and counseled private equity groups, defense contractors, and clients in the technology and energy sectors, among others.

Mr. Bobier maintains a robust pro bono practice, representing asylum-seekers, veterans, and victims of fraud.  That practice has included arguing and winning an appeal in the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals for a former prisoner in a Federal Tort Claims Act case and winning asylum for clients before the US Immigration Court.  Mr. Bobier’s pro bono practice extends across jurisdictions, from state court to the US Supreme Court.

Mr. Bobier received his JD from Stanford Law School, where he worked on the Public Interest Law Foundation and participated in both the Criminal Prosecution and Community Law Clinics.  In his clinical roles, Mr. Bobier routinely argued and won motions in court on behalf of the Santa Clara District Attorney’s Office and he counseled clients on issues ranging from landlord disputes to Social Security benefits.

After graduating from law school, Mr. Bobier served as a law clerk to the Honorable Harry D. Leinenweber of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.