Daniel Low

Kotchen & Low LLP
California, Washington DC

About Daniel Low

I represent individuals and businesses across the country in a variety of civil litigation disputes against large corporations. My practice areas include antitrust litigation (e.g., price-fixing, customer allocation), civil litigation, consumer protection, business tort, and commercial litigation, including class actions, and antitrust counseling.My small firm -- Kotchen & Low LLP -- aims to achieve the highest caliber legal representation while offering clients greater efficiency and more personalized attention than larger firms.Before co-founding Kotchen & Low LLP, I was: a law clerk for Judge Tacha of the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, a research attorney for the Supreme Court of Guam; a trial attorney with the United States Department of Justice; and an attorney at the law firm of Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP.


Work experience

Kotchen & Low LLP
Partner | 2008 - Present
Supreme Court of Guam
Law Clerk | 2007 - 2008
Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP
Attorney | 2004 - 2007


Yale Law School
J.D (2001) | 1998 - 2001
Activities: Yale Law Journal; Moot Court (Board Member and Semi-Finalist); Legal Services Clinic (Student Director); PANA.
University of California - Berkeley
B.A, Political Science | 1992 - 1995
Activities: Study abroad - Thailand. Honors: summa cum laude


Superlawyers | 2018
Lifetime Achievement Award
Marquis Who's Who | 2017


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