Daniel P. McGuire provides advice in litigation and regulatory matters involving the use, storage and production of electronically stored information. He has managed multiple large-scale electronic document reviews from beginning to end, being responsible for legal and technical aspects of the discovery process in the context of major litigation and investigatory matters.
Daniel has represented clients ranging from private individuals to multinational corporations, and in areas as diverse as white-collar criminal prosecution, antitrust enforcement and complex civil litigation. He also has experience with patent and intellectual property litigation, particularly in Hatch-Waxman suits related to generic pharmaceuticals. Daniel advises on defensible workflow, the scope and process of internal investigations, as well as the applicability of legal doctrines such as proximate cause, good faith fulfillment of discovery requests, and the measures that can be undertaken to protect confidential information while satisfying discovery obligations. In addition to his electronic discovery practice, Daniel regularly researches issues for clients in the taxation and regulatory arenas. He has also researched and assisted in the drafting of appellate petitions and briefs, particularly in matters relating to the False Claims Act.
Previously, Daniel practiced as a staff attorney at a prominent multinational law firm. He also worked as a contract attorney, consulting for several large firms on a wide variety of matters. While in law school, Daniel served as a senior editor of the Ave Maria Law Review, and was twice elected to the Honor Board. He interned at the US Department of Justice, Environment and Natural Resources Division, in Washington, DC, and as a law clerk for the Wayne County Office of Corporation Counsel in Detroit.