Daniel Loras Glynn focuses his practice on all levels of commercial litigation, from general business dispute resolution to complex litigation.
Daniel graduated from Whitman College with a B.S. in Political Science in 1992, where he received the Robert J. Fluno Award for outstanding work in the field of political science for the year 1992. Daniel obtained his J.D. cum laude from Gonzaga University in 1994 and was admitted to the Idaho State Bar in 1995. Before entering into private practice, Daniel served as a law clerk for the Idaho Supreme Court from May 1995 through June 1996 where he honed the research and writing skills that would ultimately become an effective compliment to the advocacy skills that are the centerpiece of his litigation practice.
Daniel’s practice is litigation focused, having been involved in a wide variety of commercial litigation involving mechanic lien litigation, title insurance defense, and general business litigation. In addition, Daniel has an extensive employment law practice, addressing not only the implementation of compliant workplace policies, but also various employment related matters from wage claims to discrimination claims. In particular, Daniel frequently advises and represents his clients with regard to cases involving trade secret protection, enforcement of non-competition agreements, as well as complex litigation of class action and anti-trust/monopoly related matters.
Daniel Loras Glynn has developed the knowledge and expertise to assist his corporate and individual clients in the resolution of issues prior to litigation as well as to aggressively, effectively, and efficiently represent his clients in the sometimes necessary eventuality of litigation itself.
Daniel is a member of the Idaho State Bar Association. He is admitted to practice before all courts of the State of Idaho, the United States District Courts of Idaho, and the Federal Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.