Dan Casey is a Trial Lawyer who has tried well over 100 cases in the state and federal courts of Florida, both as a former prosecutor and as a Litigation Partner with K&L Gates. Mr. Casey helps his clients solve their most difficult business disputes. He has represented some of America’s largest manufacturing companies and financial institutions in their class action litigation throughout Florida and in Multi-District Litigation throughout the country, he advises companies and their Officers and Directors in company investigations and in corporate governance disputes, he represents businesses in disputes with their insurance carriers, and he has represented manufacturers and distributors in hundreds of toxic tort and products liability cases. Mr. Casey also has represented many dozens of dependent children pro bono in Juvenile Court in efforts to free them for adoption. Mr. Casey has appeared in state and federal courts throughout Florida and in over a dozen other states. For 16 years, Mr. Casey served as the administrative partner of the Miami office of K&L Gates and sat on the firm’s Management Committee. He is a frequent speaker and author on the topics of litigation skills and strategy, non-profit governance, insurance coverage for business liabilities, and the proper treatment of children as victims and witnesses in court.
Mr. Casey has been certified by the Florida Supreme Court as a Florida Circuit Court Civil Mediator.
Before joining K&L Gates in 1986, Mr. Casey served as an Assistant State Attorney in Miami-Dade County, Florida, prosecuting and supervising a wide range of capital cases and other serious criminal offenses under then-State Attorney Janet Reno, including service as Chief of the Narcotics Division and Chief of the Robbery Division.
Mr. Casey also has served as an Adjunct Professor in the legal clinical program at the Shepard Broad Law Center of Nova Southeastern University.
While in law school, Mr. Casey served as an Editor on the American Criminal Law Review, a publication of the Criminal Law Section of the American Bar Association.