Daniel Norris is a partner in the Atlanta office of Lewis Brisbois and a member of the Complex Business & Commercial Litigation Practice.
Mr. Norris is a trial lawyer representing plaintiffs and defendants in complex commercial litigation, including litigation arising from intellectual property rights, products liability claims, contractual disputes, and a wide variety of other claims.
Mr. Norris has recovered nearly $220 million for his clients in jury trials and arbitrations to date. Mr. Norris has broad experience representing manufacturers in many types of disputes. For example, he recently served as trial counsel for a textile manufacturer in a three-week jury trial in Jacksonville, Florida, in which he recovered more than $90 million including interest and attorneys’ fees in a breach of warranty claim against a component supplier. Mr. Norris previously represented a manufacturer in a five-week arbitration involving theft of industrial manufacturing trade secrets, in which the client obtained a unanimous arbitration award for $40 million in lump sum damages plus a running royalty worth millions more. He has represented plaintiffs and defendants in large and complex litigation, providing him with a unique perspective on litigation strategy and the efficient prosecution of litigation. Mr. Norris has extensive experience in both state and federal practice, as well as alternative dispute resolution.
Primary Area(s) of Practice
- Complex Business & Commercial Litigation
- Intellectual Property & Technology
- Products Liability
- Trade Secrets & Non-Compete Disputes
- COVID-19: Commercial & Contractual Litigation Disputes
- American Bar Association
- Georgia Bar Association
- Atlanta Bar Association
Florida State University
Juris Doctor, 2004
Southern Methodist University
Bachelor of Arts, 2000
- “Manufacturing a Trade Secret,” Industry Today, Vol. 17, No. 4, June 2014.