Daniel Campbell focuses his practice on commercial litigation matters, including collective and class actions, and products liability actions.
At McDermott, Daniel has argued before the US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Daniel has also first-chaired a stage-three evidentiary hearing in a post-conviction actual innocence case. He has experience taking and defending party depositions in large class actions, and has managed large-scale discovery and production in numerous cases. Daniel has worked on aviation product liability, bankruptcy, trust and estate litigation in addition to his work in the class action space. Daniel serves on the Firm's Associate Development Committee and has worked with Partner Michael Pope to develop a Firm-wide program covering deposition preparation and evidentiary issues.
While in law school, Daniel served as associate editor of The Elder Law Journal and as a Moot Court executive editor. He also won various American Bar Association (ABA) client-counseling competitions. In addition, Daniel served as a legal clerk for the Missouri Attorney General's Office and as lead counsel/advanced clinic student for the University of Illinois College of Law Federal Civil Rights Clinic. In this role, he won a case on a civil constitutional claim after a three-day jury trial in a federal court, as well as obtained a favorable settlement and substantial fee awards in two other cases. Daniel completed a total of four cases and two jury trials in federal court while attending law school.