Daniel Corley defends manufacturers in complex product liability litigation in state and federal courts as well as nationwide mass torts and multidistrict litigations. He assists clients in a variety of industries, including medical devices, pharmaceutical, motor vehicles and transportation. His experience in defending drug and device manufacturers includes multidistrict defective design and failure to warn suits, and his experience in defending automotive manufacturers includes electric vehicle battery defect claims involving charge rates and other matters in addition to traditional vehicle claims.
Daniel’s practice extends to all stages of litigation, from case work up to appeals, including discovery, dispositive and Daubert motions, mediation, trial preparation and trial. He has considerable experience presenting oral arguments and has served as second or third chair in dozens of state and federal cases. Clients look to him to achieve successful resolutions tailored to their needs.
Prior to joining Bowman and Brooke, Daniel also defended insurance clients facing first-party liability and breach of contract claims as well as appraisal districts defending ad valorem actions. He is also experienced in the evolving role of virtual litigation, having used remote technologies prior to and since his participation in Texas’ first hybrid online-in-person jury trial.
In his free time, Daniel enjoys traveling, being outdoors and spending time with his wife and two dachshunds.