Dan Marran is a litigator who has represented clients across a broad range of complex matters, including class action and multidistrict proceedings. Dan's past work includes defending a pharmaceutical manufacturer against claims brought under Sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act relating to an alleged "product hop." He also has represented clients in contract disputes and cases arising under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Dan has substantial experience with corporate criminal investigations and defense, including conducting internal investigations, analyzing financial records, and responding to subpoenas or investigative demands. He has represented clients in connection with investigations involving corporate disclosures, books and records violations, restatements, internal controls, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Dan maintains an active pro bono practice. Recently, he represented a client in the Landlord-Tenant Branch of the D.C. Superior Court, securing a mediated settlement agreement that allowed the client and her family to remain in their home. Dan also regularly volunteers with the D.C. Bar Advice & Referral Clinic.
Indivior defends against "product hop" allegations in antitrust class action
Jones Day is representing Indivior, Inc. in multidistrict antitrust litigation.
- Georgetown University (J.D. cum laude 2014); University of Rhode Island (B.A. in Philosophy, Political Science, and Spanish summa cum laude 2010; Phi Beta Kappa)
- District of Columbia and Massachusetts