Daniel Osborn has led litigation against international pharmaceutical companies (Novartis, Merck, Proctor and Gamble), large nationally based employers (Ross Stores, Affinity Logistics Corp, United States Postal Service), and public companies (Lucent Technologies, Omnicare Health, Hayes Lemmerz) focusing on complex legal disputes including:
- Mass torts - representing persons who have suffered severe and grave injuries due to the failure of the pharmaceutical companies to warn doctors and patients about crippling side-effects of their prescription drugs.
- Labor issues - representing employees in class action litigation against their employer for failing to pay proper wages. The defendants in these cases have included national retailers, as well as the United States Postal Service.
- Securities litigation – representing shareholders in class action lawsuits against publicly traded companies for misrepresenting their financial results.
Areas of Practice
- Personal Injury
- Equine Law
- Securities Class Actions
- Products Liability
- Employment Law
- Consumer Class Actions
- State of New York
- State of California
- U.S. Courts of Appeal
– (2nd Cir., 3rd Cir. and 9th Cir.)
- U.S. District Courts
– (C.D. Ca., S.D. Ca., E.D.N.Y., S.D.N.Y.
and District of Puerto Rico)
- American Bar Association
- Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, CA 1987, J.D.
- Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA 1984, B.A.