Daniel Aguilar is a litigation attorney who handles a variety of appellate, investigatory, and criminal matters.
Mr. Aguilar has represented institutional and individual clients in appeals concerning a wide range of issues in both federal and state court. He has represented a patent holder in successfully defending a sanctions award against a large institutional defendant, and a former federal employee pursuing a Title VII discrimination claim. Mr. Aguilar has also served as a court-appointed amicus curiae on behalf of a prisoner who claimed he suffered retaliation because of his religious beliefs. Mr. Aguilar argued the case in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and secured the reversal of the trial court’s decision.
Mr. Aguilar has also represented individual defendants in criminal prosecutions at trial and on appeal. He has represented a former chief accounting officer facing federal conspiracy and obstruction charges, a former corporate board member facing insider trading charges, as well as defendants in Maryland state court facing burglary and identity theft charges. Mr. Aguilar has also represented corporate clients in internal investigations, products liability cases, and breach of contract claims.