After Daniel R. Warner began his career by earning one of the highest multi-state bar exam scores in the country, he practiced with an “AV-rated” firm, where he concentrated on litigation and business law. Dan then became the co-founder of the Kelly / Warner law firm and led the firm’s litigation and business groups.
Today, as a partner at RM Warner, he focuses the majority of his practice on litigating cases involving Internet defamation, false and misleading advertising/marketing, unfair competition and cyber harassment. Although based in Arizona, Dan Warner has litigated internet defamation cases in California, Texas, Nevada, Pennsylvania, New York, Georgia, North Carolina and Florida, as well as numerous cases in Arizona. Mr. Warner also works on various contractual, commercial, business, real estate, Internet and Internet marketing matters. A list of his focus areas can be found below.
An exceptionally accomplished litigator, Mr. Warner is a fierce but sensible advocate for his clients, who range from individuals, entrepreneurs and start-ups to popular companies and public figures. Dan has represented individuals and businesses located throughout the United States and the world.
LAW SCHOOL EXPERIENCE
An honored graduate of the Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Daniel Warner was in the top 1% of his graduating class, earned seven certificates of merit – as well as the President’s Achievement Award — and served on the law review. Dan graduated summa cum laude from the University of New Haven, where he received his Bachelor of Science Degree.
In 2008, Daniel R. Warner was first licensed to practice law in Arizona and is licensed to practice in all Arizona courts, including the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Arizona, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He is also admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado and the U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico.
Defamation and false light invasion of privacy
False and misleading advertising/marketing; Lanham Act violations
Breach of contract
Violations of non-competition/non-solicitation/ non-disclosure agreements
Breach of fiduciary duty
Real estate litigation
Home Owners’ Association (HOA) litigation
Insurance bad faith
Corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, joint ventures
Website compliance; FTC regulatory compliance
Mergers and acquisitions
Small business purchases and sales
Commercial and residential leases
Property management agreements
Basic Estate Planning (wills and trusts)
Chapter 7, 11, and 13