Daniel P. Moylan represents clients in a range of complex business litigation matters, including disputes in the areas of intellectual property, health care and pharmaceuticals.
Dan’s recent work includes coordinating the efforts of a multi-national team of lawyers and experts in matters involving the international distribution of pharmaceuticals, including in international arbitrations and related court proceedings.
Dan has litigated numerous copyright, trademark, and trade secret claims, as well as contractual issues for patented technologies.From 2001 to 2004, Dan served as an assistant prosecutor in the Office of the Prosecutor for the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (The Hague, The Netherlands).
In that role, he briefed and argued matters before the Trial and Appeals Chambers, including in Prosecutor v. Radislav Krstic (IT-98-33A), in which the prosecution secured the conviction of a Bosnian Serb corps commander for his role in the Srebrenica genocide.
Prior to attending law school, Dan worked as a software programmer for a federal contractor.