Daniel M. O'Leary is the principal of the law office and belongs to local, state, and national bar organizations. Dan graduated from the University of California, San Diego, cum laude, with a degree in mathematics and economics in 1989. He graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law in 1994 where he received American Jurisprudence Awards in wills, trusts, estates, and real property. Dan has also received a Public Counsel Pro Bono award and was a member of the Moot Court Executive Board.
Since 1994, Dan’s practice has focused on the representation of plaintiffs in civil litigation with an emphasis on product liability, as well as civil appellate practice. He represented the plaintiffs in the case of Lampe vs. General Tire which resulted in a $55.3 million verdict against the world's fourth largest tire manufacturer for manufacturing a defective tire. Among other things, he currently represents a class of over 4,000 land owners in Antelope Valley in a long-running dispute over groundwater pumping rights, and he serves on the steering committee in California where he coordinated litigation involving Cooper Tire™ and Rubber Co.™.