Daniel J. Weiss is a litigator who focuses on complex commercial disputes in the financial, real estate, and regulated industry arenas.
Mr. Weiss represents clients in business disputes, typically involving complex financial or real estate transactions and regulatory contexts. He has led the representation of financial institutions, REITs, real estate developers and franchisors in cases involving contract, fiduciary duty and business tort claims in multiple eight and nine-figure disputes. Mr. Weiss has also led the defense against alleged class actions involving regulated products and securities.
Mr. Weiss has an active pro bono practice, including federal trial representations and appeals in the Seventh Circuit. He earned his J.D. with honors from the University of Chicago Law School, where he won the Hinton Moot Court and an award for excellence in appellate advocacy.