Daniel I. Graham, Jr.


Dan assists his insurance company clients in both appreciating and navigating the complex coverage issues intellectual property infringement and unfair business practice claims present.

He has represented his clients’ interests before state and federal courts nationwide, at both the trial and appellate level, and in doing so, helped forge insurance law addressing the scope of insurance coverage in the context of emerging technology-related coverage issues.  

While Dan focuses his practice on intellectual property and cyber-tort related claims, he has also successfully represented his clients in other subject areas, including bad faith and primary and excess disputes.

In addition to his litigation practice, Dan is committed to the continuing education of his clients and peers. Dan is a well-regarded speaker who is often called upon by bar associations and clients to speak on technology-related insurance coverage issues. The Defense Research Institute, the Journal of Reinsurance, the Chicago Bar Association, and the Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education have all published Dan’s articles and training materials.

Dan is a Defense Research Institute (DRI) Insurance Coverage and Claims Institute program vice chair and previously served on the steering committee. He is a former director of the Chicago Bar Association’s Young Lawyer’s Section and co-chair of the Chicago Bar Association’s YLS Insurance Coverage Committee.