• Daniel Berger

    Managing Partner at Berger & Montague, P.C.

    Daniel Berger graduated with honors from Princeton University and Columbia Law School, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone academic scholar. He is presently a senior member and shareholder of the firm, Berger & Montague, P.C., for which he serves as a Managing Shareholder. Over the last two decades, he has been involved in complicated commercial litigation including class action securities, antitrust, consumer protection and bankruptcy cases. In addition, he has prosecuted several important environmental, mass tort and civil rights cases during this period. He has lead the Firm’s practice involving improprieties in the marketing of prescription drugs and the abuse of marketing exclusivities in the pharmaceutical industry including handling several landmark cases involving the suppression of generic competition in the pharmaceutical industry.  For this work, he has been recognized by the Law360 publication as a “titan” of the plaintiffs’ Bar (“Titan of the Plaintiffs Bar: Daniel Berger” Law360, September 23, 2014). In the civil rights area, he has been counsel in informed consent cases involving biomedical research and human experimentation by federal and state governmental entities. He also leads the firm’s representation of states and other public bodies and agencies.

    Mr. Berger has a background in the study of economics, having done graduate level work in applied microeconomics and macroeconomic theory, the business cycle and economic history. He has published law review articles in the Yale Law Journal, the Duke University Journal of Law and Contemporary Problems, the University of San Francisco Law Review and the New York Law School Law Review. Mr. Berger is also an author and journalist who has published in The Nation magazine, reviewed books for The Philadelphia Inquirer and authored a number of political blogs including in The Huffington Post and the Roosevelt Institute’s New Deal 2.0. He has also appeared on MSNBC as a political commentator.

    Mr. Berger has been active in city government in Philadelphia and was a member of the Mayor’s Cultural Advisory Council, advising the Mayor of Philadelphia on arts policy, and the Philadelphia Cultural Fund which was responsible for all City grants to arts organizations. Mr. Berger was also a member of the Pennsylvania Humanities Council, one of the State organizations through which the NEA makes grants. Mr. Berger also serves on the board of the Wilma Theater, Philadelphia’s preeminent theater for new plays and playwrights.