Daniel Prince is a Partner and Vice Chair of the Los Angeles Litigation Department. He also serves as Hiring Partner for the office. Mr. Prince focuses his practice on complex commercial cases, cross-border disputes, corporate and government investigations, and class actions.
Mr. Prince has successfully represented clients in state and federal court proceedings, at trial, and in domestic and international arbitration. He routinely leads matters involving, for example, the alleged theft of trade secrets (both civil and criminal), corruption and bribery, and joint venture and business disputes. Mr. Prince also counsels clients in connection with employee mobility and trade secrets issues, confidentiality provisions, dispute resolution clauses, and the implementation of anti-corruption programs.
A thought leader and former collegiate debater, Mr. Prince is a skilled advocate who develops innovative strategies for handling high-stakes engagements. This includes driving the use of eDiscovery and data science technology to generate cost-effective solutions for clients.
Paul Hastings Named to World’s Top 10 Best Investigations Practices by Global Investigations Review
October 23, 2020
Paul Hastings Partners with Snap Inc. on Law in Technology Collaborative to Foster Diversity
October 22, 2020
Paul Hastings Obtains First-of-its-Kind Resolution in UCLA Criminal Prosecution
June 23, 2014
Paul Hastings Leads Lotte Chemical Corporation to U.S. Trade Secrets Litigation Victory
January 09, 2013
Litigators Score Multi-Patent Victory for Quanta Computer, Inc.
July 31, 2008
Not a Party, Not a Problem: SCOTUS Rules That Non-Signatories Can Enforce International Arbitration Agreements in U.S. Courts
June 03, 2020
From Lockdown to a Showdown: What Questions Should Companies Consider Pertaining to the Authority of the Federal or State Governments to “Reopen” the Economy?
April 22, 2020
Ninth Circuit Broadly Interprets Criminal Rules for Serving Foreign Companies
August 29, 2018
The U.S. Supreme Court Loosens Restrictions on International Service in Civil Disputes Rules
June 01, 2017
Foreign Corporations Beware! Recent Rule Changes Make it Easier to Initiate Criminal Proceedings Against Foreign Organizational Defendants
December 01, 2016
DOJ and FDA Continue to Feast on Producers of Contaminated Foods
November 23, 2016
There’s a New Federal Trade Secrets Statute—Now What?
May 20, 2016
The Federal Government’s Ability to Initiate Criminal Proceedings Against Foreign Corporations is About to Get Easier
May 16, 2016
“Obama Out?" Not So Fast. President Obama Presented With Legislation that Would Create a Federal Civil Remedy for the Misappropriation of Trade Secrets
May 04, 2016
The Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments on the Implied Certification Theory of False Claims Act Liability: Universal Health Services v. United States ex rel. Escobar
April 28, 2016
The Revival of a Four Year—Old Trade Secrets Prosecution May Shed Light on Whether the U.S. Government Can Effect Service on Foreign Corporations Without a U.S. Presence
January 27, 2016
U.S. Department of Justice May Leverage "Cooperation Credit" to Obtain Foreign-Based Evidence
November 23, 2015
The Seventh Circuit Curtails Early Appellate Review of Service of Criminal Process on Foreign Corporate Defendants
August 05, 2015
Are You Being Served?: Appellate Courts Consider Whether the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure Authorize Service on Foreign Defendants Through Domestic Subsidiaries, But Larger Question Looms
April 14, 2015
Trade Secrets Protection Continues to be a High Priority for Lawmakers: House Judiciary Committee Approves Bill Creating a Federal Civil Remedy for the Misappropriation of Trade Secrets
September 25, 2014
Its Not That Special: U.S. Supreme Court Decides its First Investment Treaty Arbitration Case
March 13, 2014
Whats So Special About Treaty Arbitration?: U.S. Supreme Court Confronts Its First International Investment Treaty Arbitration Case
December 16, 2013
U.S. Supreme Court to Hear an International Investment Treaty Arbitration Case
June 12, 2013
U.S. Switzerland Anti-Tax Evasion Agreement
June 04, 2013
Indicting a Foreign Company: Satisfying the Technical Requirements of Criminal Rule 4 by Resorting to the Civil Alter Ego Doctrine?
February 11, 2013
What In-House Counsel Need to Know Regarding Compliance and Enforcement of U.S. Anti-Corruption Laws: Recent Cases Focus on Latin America
August 23, 2012
Access Versus Use: Nosal Decision Creates Circuit Split
May 25, 2012
U.S.: Injunctions in Aid of International Arbitration in Federal Courts
January 25, 2012
Obtaining Injunctions in Aid of Arbitration in United States Federal Courts: Addressing a Potential Threshold Jurisdictional Bar
October 27, 2011
Does a Civil Protective Order Protect a Companys ForeignBased Documents from Being Produced in a Related Criminal Investigation?
August 16, 2011
California Announces Creation of a Mortgage Fraud Task Force to Pursue Mortgage Fraud at All Levels
May 24, 2011
The U.S. DOJ Forms Oil and Gas Price Fraud Working Group to Focus on Energy Markets
May 02, 2011
The U.S. Government's Recent Efforts to Ban Pharmaceutical Executives from the Industry Without Due Process
April 29, 2011
Cyber-Criticism and the Federal Trademark Dilution Act: Redefining the Noncommercial Use Exemption
October 01, 2004
Daily Journal's "Top 40 Under 40"
Daniel Prince was named among the Daily Journal's "Top 40 Under 40" for 2017. The article listed the numerous high-profile matters in which Daniel has represented his clients, including his successful defense of Patrick Harran, a UCLA biochemistry professor charged with multiple felonies in the aftermath of a lab accident.
National Law Journal's 2014 Fellows
Daniel Prince was named a 2014 Fellow of the Leadership
Council on Legal Diversity by The National Law Journal and The American Lawyer