Dana is a seasoned trial and appellate litigator in the Firm's Competition section. He advises domestic and foreign clients in all aspects of complex civil and criminal matters, both at the federal and the state level. Dana's practice focuses on litigation in U.S. courts and before U.S. regulators, but he has broad experience in navigating the often intricate procedures of foreign tribunals and regulators in Europe, Asia, and South America.
Dana advises clients in connection with governmental investigations and in conducting their own internal reviews.
Dana joined White & Case's New York office in 2002 in its Commercial Litigation group, where he represented several of the Firm's pharma and sovereign clients in state and federal courts in New York. He transferred to the Firm's Washington office in 2004. Dana has also spent significant time in the Firm's Brussels and Tokyo offices.
Pro bono work is also a pillar of Dana's practice. He has argued before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, and he regularly appears in the Domestic Relations branch of the D.C. Superior Court on behalf of both parents and children.
Dana is a member of the Advisory Board of the D.C. Children's Law Center, and volunteers as a judge in the annual Great American Mock Trial Invitational Tournament.
Prior to joining White & Case, Dana served in the U.S. Navy as a Nuclear Electronics Technician aboard the U.S.S. Texas and the U.S.S. Enterprise.
Dana is representing Toshiba in multijurisdictional engagement in the United States and abroad in connection with allegations of price fixing in the cathode ray tube industry. Dana was also a key contributor in the successful defense of Toshiba against allegations of price fixing in the LCD industry.
Dana has represented IFC as both a plaintiff and a defendant in U.S. courts. These matters relate to IFC projects around the world and involve complex issues of jurisdiction and immunity, as well as novel areas of substantive law.