Dan A. Brody is a member of Robinson+Cole's Litigation Section and the Business Litigation Group. He focuses his practice on complex business litigation matters, government and internal investigations, corporate compliance, and criminal defense.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Brody was a law clerk for Chief Judge William J. Lavery and Judge Thomas A. Bishop at the Connecticut Appellate Court. He also was an intern law clerk for Judge Michael P. Shea at the United States District Court, District of Connecticut. He previously worked for law firms in West Hartford, Connecticut; interned with the Connecticut Division of Criminal Justice, Hartford Judicial District; and served as a law clerk for the Maryland Office of the Public Defender.
While in law school, Mr. Brody interned for the United States Department of Justice, Gang and Organized Crime Division, and for the Office of the Chief State's Attorney, Appellate Bureau, where he briefed and argued a criminal case before the Connecticut Appellate Court. In addition, Mr. Brody was the recipient of the CALI Excellence Awards for Evidence and Legal Profession, the Aspen Law and Business Award for Evidence, and the Avlin Pudlin Scholarship for First Amendment study. He was also a pro bono honoree.