C. Dino Haloulos
Toxic Tort / Hazardous Substances Litigation
Mr. Haloulos provides legal services to domestic and international clients in the areas of products liability, mass-tort and environmental disputes; defense and prosecution of complex commercial cases and intellectual property matters involving copyright, trademark, and brand licensing for fashion and luxury goods companies, and; business counseling on all aspects of litigation, mergers and acquisitions and employment law matters. He delivers industry-specific legal advice tailored to his clients needs.
During the course of his career, Mr. Haloulos’ experience has encompassed business acquisitions, commercial and intellectual property disputes, personal injury claims and medical malpractice litigation. He has experience in federal and state courts, international arbitration under the ICC and domestic arbitration in AAA. He is responsible for defending through discovery, depositions and trial, hundreds of products liability cases in New York and nationwide.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Haloulos was a senior associate with a large New York City law firm practicing in all phases of commercial litigation and products liability defense.SIGNIFICANT RECENT ENGAGEMENTS
Selected as national copyright and trademark enforcement counsel for a multinational fortune 500 company. Numerous successful federal court actions to enforce their authorized dealership program.
Arizona State University, B.S., 1991
Arizona State University School of Law, J.D., 1999
State of New York
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
U.S. District Court, Northern District of New York
U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
PROFESSIONAL AND CIVIC AFFILIATIONS
New York State Bar Association
New York County Lawyers Association
Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (1992-1994)
Co-authored Doctors Without Borders: Expert Testimony in Mass Tort Actions and the Efficacy of Daubert, Toxic Torts and Environmental Law Journal, Winter 2006
Author, Models of Resolution: Three Approaches to Mediation, ADR Choices, Volume 9, Issue 2, August 3, 2011
Co-author, Less is More vs. More is More: Practical Considerations of Cross-Border E-Discovery, ALI-ABA, The Practical Litigator Magazine, Fall 2010