Seasoned Litigator And Judge Joins Proskauer Rose

Wednesday, June 2, 2010 - 01:00

Daniel B. Winslow, an experienced litigator and former trial court judge, and the former Chief Legal Counsel to Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and Scott Brown's U.S. Senate Campaign, has joined the Boston office of global law firm Proskauer as a Senior Counsel in the Litigation & Dispute Resolution Department.

Mr. Winslow's practice focuses on complex civil and criminal cases for individuals and corporations, including bet-the-company litigation and alternative dispute resolution involving commercial disputes, securities law, state and federal administrative law, corporate compliance, intellectual property, consumer protection, products liability, construction, procurement, and white-collar criminal defense.

In addition to his work in private practice, Mr. Winslow has a long history of involvement in government and public service. This included overseeing the largest legal department in Massachusetts as Chief Legal Counsel to former Governor Romney and, most recently, serving as Chief Counsel for Scott Brown's campaign for U.S. Senate, in addition to continuing to act as Chief Counsel for the Brown Committee, the senator's reelection team. He also served for seven years as a Massachusetts trial judge, including as a presiding justice in the Wrentham District Court, a civil managing justice for the Southeast Region, Cape and Islands, and an associate justice in the Southern Appellate Division.

According to Steven M. Ellis, head of Proskauer's Boston office, Mr. Winslow brings a distinguished background as a lawyer, as well as a reputation for creativity and problem solving that will serve the firm and its clients extremely well.