Litigating complex disputes across Texas and the United States for more than two decades, Daniel Karp is a key leader in its Commercial Litigation Practice Group. Whether he is providing pivotal settlement advice to one of the largest truckload carriers in the United States, negotiating large complex real estate deals, or holding homebuilders accountable for shoddy work, Daniel’s career demonstrates the experience and skill necessary to handle the most catastrophic and high-stakes claims. Through maintaining a deep understanding of his client’s core business as well as their risk tolerance, Daniel provides insightful legal advice that aligns with his client’s bottom line and corporate values as well as aggressive litigation strategy when warranted.
With experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants, clients rely on Daniel to evaluate multifaceted claims with a high degree of accuracy and provide perspectives from both sides of the dispute and straight talk when necessary. He represents some of the world’s leading transportation companies, including truck hauling and logistics, car rental, rideshare, and fuel transport as well as a large multi-state food delivery company. A significant portion of Daniel’s practice is dedicated to high-stakes catastrophic injury matters, spanning a wide variety of industry verticals and clients. He also manages a robust commercial real estate practice, assisting clients with commercial leases, purchase, and sale agreements.
Known for his deft touch and sizable personal connections, colleagues know Daniel as the person to call when negotiations are stalled or when litigation is at an impasse. Daniel is an elected Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, a distinction reserved for 1/3 of 1% of all Texas attorneys, one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon a member of the State Bar of Texas. He is recognized nationally as a top 100 High Stakes Litigator, requiring experience handling and defending “bet the company” litigation exceeding $2,000,000.00, an honor given to less than .5% of attorneys nationwide.