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Daniel G. Randolph

Associate
Washington +1 202 662 5246 drandolph@cov.com Download V-card

Daniel Randolph is a Washington-based litigator, with a focus on trials and appeals. Recently, he cross-examined key prosecution witnesses in a Maryland homicide trial, and second-chaired an oral argument before the United States Supreme Court. Whether drafting briefs or arguing motions, Mr. Randolph draws from broad experience across multiple practice areas, including commercial litigation, insurance recovery litigation, patent litigation, products liability litigation, and investigations. He has particular expertise in challenges to agency action under the Administrative Procedure Act.

  • Representation of mail processing company as petitioner before United States Supreme Court, involving challenge to administrative procedure for attacking patent validity.
  • Representation of indigent criminal defendant in Maryland homicide trial, including cross-examination of key prosecution witnesses.
  • Representation of pharmaceutical company in multi-week products liability bellwether jury trial, resulting in defense verdict.
  • Representation of national computer and communications industry association as amicus curiae in antitrust matter before the United States Supreme Court.
  • Representation of leading professional association as amicus curiae in high-profile habeas matter before the United States Supreme Court.
  • Representation of private equity firm in claims under property and pollution legal liability policies for catastrophic storm damage.
  • Representation of major pharmacy benefit manager in connection with third-party subpoena requests.
  • Representation of pharmaceutical manufacturer in nationwide litigation relating to opioid products and related fact investigation.
  • Advice to multiple companies on potential constitutional and statutory challenges to agency action, including litigation assessments under the Administrative Procedure Act.

Memberships and Affiliations

  • American Bar Association – Criminal Justice Section
  • Historical Society of the District of Columbia Circuit
  • LGBT Bar Association of the District of Columbia

Previous Experience

  • North Carolina Office of the Solicitor General, Law Clerk (2017)
  • U.S. Attorney's Office, Eastern District of New York, Intern (2013)
  • Teach for America, Middle School Science Teacher (2009-2012)