Christopher W. Dan is an associate at Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP, where his practice focuses on products liability and commercial litigation. Mr. Dan is a seasoned litigator who adeptly represents clients through all stages of litigation.
Before joining DGS, Mr. Dan was an associate in the Denver office of a boutique law firm, where he specialized in products liability defense, professional liability defense, and premises liability defense. He represented a broad range of clients, including lawyers, doctors, accountants, luxury resorts, and distributors, in litigation and regulatory proceedings. Earlier in his career, Mr. Dan was an associate in the Phoenix office of a mid-sized law firm. While there, his practice had an emphasis on commercial litigation and real estate litigation. During this time, he also drafted appellate briefs in several practice areas. Prior to that, Mr. Dan gained legal experience as a judicial clerk for two judges, first for the Honorable David D. Weinzweig at the Arizona Court of Appeals, followed by the Honorable William G. Montgomery of the Arizona Supreme Court.
Mr. Dan received his J.D., with honors, from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. While in law school, he was an extern for the Honorable Clint Bolick at the Arizona Supreme Court, as well as a law clerk at Fidelity National Title Group. Mr. Dan served as a teaching assistant for research and writing courses and an editor for the Arizona State Law Journal. He was also a research assistant working in Federal Indian Law and graduated from ASU in the top 20% of his class. Mr. Dan earned a B.A. in Germanic Languages and Literatures, and International Studies.
Outside the office, Mr. Dan enjoys various hobbies such as playing basketball, sous vide cooking and grilling, and engaging in a film club with his friends.