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Dan Robinson Law, P.C. – Offering Legal Services near Ventura

At Dan Robinson Law, P.C., we understand that facing a legal obstacle or dispute in your life can rob you of your peace of mind. We consider it one of our goals to help you feel more at ease and confident about your situation as we work together to develop a plan to overcome whatever it is you’re facing.

Attorney Dan Robinson founded Dan Robinson Law, P.C. in order to help people solve big and small legal problems in their lives. Whether it concerns a matter involving business law, special needs law, disability law, or civil rights law, Dan is dedicated to providing his clients with the attention and personalized experience they need to increase their odds of success.

Each client can expect an individual level of service at our firm, which means we’ll work with you to learn as much about your situation as possible while crafting a legal strategy unique to your case. We don’t believe in fitting our clients into prefabricated strategies, but rather carving a path toward success with you and your goals in mind.


For more information about our firm or how we can help, contact us online or call (805) 322-7200.


“He was very responsive, took the time to explain everything to me, and finished everything faster than I expected, with perfect results.”

- Synthia
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Dan Robinson

Founding Attorney
  • Profile

Before he became an attorney, Dan Robinson pursued two careers. In his first he professionally performed music and spent about five years of his life with a touring rock band that traveled around the U.S. After that, Dan went back to college at Rice University in Houston, Texas, where he earned degrees in music and electrical engineering.

Dan moved to the Bay Area in 1995 and worked for a series of startups as a programmer and later engineering manager. In 1999, he was in charge of managing the engineering team that developed Quicken, which is the same company that developed TurboTax and Quickbooks.

Three years later, in 2002, Dan began developing his own software product that connected health insurance companies to their customers and other individuals. Intuit invested in the idea, calling it Quicken Medical Expense Manager. The product garnered a lot of attention for Dan, who was the subject of various articles published by The Wallstreet Journal, USA Today, and other national publications.

His drive to develop the product was inspired by the difficulties he faced in dealing with the American healthcare system as a father of a child born in 2000 with special needs. Although Dan was asked to remain on the Quicken Medical Expense Manager project, the very ordeal that inspired him to create the project inspired him to pursue a career in law.

Dan graduated from law school summa cum laude and went on to serve as a law clerk on the federal court for the Central District of California.

After 12 years of serving large corporations in their commercial disputes, Dan opened Dan Robinson Law, P.C. to help small business owners litigate their own disputes. Dan is also expanding his practice to include his original drive to pursue a career in law by helping families of children with special needs get the education plans their children deserve.

Bar Memberships:

  • California
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of California
  • U.S. District Court, Central District of California
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of California
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of California
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas
  • U.S. International Trade Commission

Bar Associations:

  • LA County Bar Association
  • Ventura County Bar Association
  • California Lawyer's Association (CLA)
  • CLA Real Property Section
  • American Inns of Court
  • Disability Rights Bar Association
  • Federal Bar Association

Other Legal Associations:

  • Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates

Professional Recognitions:

  • “50 Lawyers on the Fast Track,” The Recorder, 2013
  • Burton Award for Legal Writing, 2007

Additional Qualifications:

  • Law Clerk, Hon. Virginia A. Phillips, U.S. District Court, Central District of California, 2007-2008
  • Law Clerk, Minnesota Disability Law Center and Center for Education Law, 2005

Publications

Results That Speak for Themselves

  • Westwood Center v. Waterproofing Professionals Successful Litigation

    Successfully represented the owner of multiple shopping centers in the Los Angeles area in an arbitration against a contractor who applied faulty waterproofing to the shopping center's parking garage.

  • Ariba v. Coupa and E-Lynxx v. Ariba Successful Litigation

    Represented Ariba in these patent litigations in the Northern District of California and the Middle District of Pennsylvania, respectively.

  • Weyer et al. v. MySpace et al. (C.D. Cal.) Winning Litigation

    Represented MySpace in patent litigations involving web pages, obtaining dismissal before commencement of discovery.

  • Saxon Innovations Corp. v. Nokia, et al. Successful Litigation

    Represented Samsung in this patent infringement case involving electronic circuitry. Successfully obtained dismissal of one asserted patent on summary judgment and the removal of another patent from contention.

  • FastVDO v. Microsoft and 511 Innovations v. Microsoft High Stakes Litigation

    Represented Microsoft defending these two patent lawsuits in the Eastern District of Texas, the first involving wireless phone voice codecs and the second involving optical sensors.

  • Valentine et al. v. Nebuad, Inc. et al. Successful Class Action Litigation

    Represented defendant Cable One against privacy-related claims in this class action. Prevailed on a motion to dismiss the claims against Cable One.

  • Verasonics v. Alpinion Successful Breach of Contract/Trade Secret Rep.

    Successfully represented a manufacturer of ultrasound research systems asserting claims for trade secret misappropriation and breach of contract in an international arbitration.

  • Dicon v. Preciseley Favorable Settlement

    Represented a manufacturer of MEMS fiber optic components asserting its patent in the Northern District of California.

  • Carmel Unified School District v. A.D. Successful Representation

    Successfully represented a special education student threatened with placement in an isolated school for those with behavior problems. Obtained compensatory education and new services and assessments for the child while stopping the wrongful placement decision.

  • In re Certain Wireless Devices with 3G Capabilities, Inv. Successful Litigation

    Represented Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. in a proceeding brought by Inter Digital against Huawei, LG, Nokia and ZTE, seeking to preclude importation of cell phones, datapads, and other 3G devices into the US.

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Empathetic to Your Needs

What Makes Us Different
  • Free Consultations

    You shouldn't have to pay to have a conversation. Come into our office today to discuss your case and we can explore your options together.

  • Federal Court Litigation Experience

    Dan has extensive experience litigating cases in U.S. federal courts across the country and brings that experience to help his clients with special needs as well as his business law clients.

  • A Compassionate Ear

    Because his son has special needs, Dan knows how it feels to have the odds stacked against you. His empathy for this situation is what encouraged him to fight for the individual and their rights.

  • Corporate Law Experience

    Dan has experience with some of the biggest companies in the world who have retained him for his litigation services. He can utilize his experience to help you with your business's legal matters.

Winning Strategies Put to Work for You

Our attorney doesn't just show up—he evaluates, does his research, and puts in the hard work to get positive results. Reach out today to begin the process and discuss your options.