Daniel Hope’s practice focuses on protecting and promoting clients’ rights in litigation and arbitration arising out of disputes concerning commercial contracts, corporate transactions and government investigations. He represents clients in state and federal litigation throughout the United States, and his work covers a wide range of industries, including pharmaceuticals, real estate, computer software and hardware, financial services, private aviation and manufacturing.MEHR
Dan has recently represented pharmaceutical manufacturers in government actions and investigations concerning prescription drug marketing, pricing and Medicaid reimbursement; a real estate management company and shareholders in disputes involving corporate governance, corporate control and fiduciary duty issues and a hardware manufacturer in a commercial contract dispute. Dan is also active in Kaye Scholer’s pro bono program, where he has represented individuals in prisoners’ rights and political asylum cases.
Prior to joining Kaye Scholer, Dan worked with a trademark, copyright and unfair competition boutique firm, where he assisted in managing clients’ trademark portfolios and obtaining international trademark registrations.
Dan graduated from Fordham University School of Law, where he served as a member of the Urban Law Journal. He was a board member of the Fordham Dispute Resolution Society, for which he coached and competed in domestic and international negotiation and mediation competitions.
Dan is a member of the Recruiting Committee.