The American Association for Justice (AAJ) has awarded Lieff Cabraser partner Daniel P. Chiplock its prestigious Certificate of Recognition for 2021. The AAJ Certificate is an organizational honor that recognizes AAJ members who have made significant contributions to sustain and strengthen AAJ through membership, education, and/or fundraising.
The award will be presented to Daniel today at the Membership & Awards Luncheon during this year’s annual American Association for Justice Convention in Las Vegas.
Congratulations to Daniel on being one of this year’s recipients of the Certificate of Recognition!
About the American Association for Justice
The American Association for Justice (AAJ) provides trial attorneys with information, professional support, and a nationwide network that enables them to most effectively and expertly represent clients. The mission of the AAJ is to promote a fair and effective justice system – and to support the work of attorneys in their efforts to ensure that any person who is injured by the misconduct or negligence of others can obtain justice in America’s courtrooms, even when taking on the most powerful interests. Visit the AAJ online at justice.org.
About Daniel Chiplock
A partner in Lieff Cabraser’s New York office, Daniel P. Chiplock has represented plaintiffs in securities, financial, consumer, and mass tort cases.
Daniel has played an active role in most of the firm’s financial cases over the last fifteen years, including the McKesson, Qwest, Bank of America, Tyco, Broadcom, Brooks, and Merck actions, in which he represented both large public pension funds and mutual funds that sustained investment losses in the hundreds of millions of dollars as a result of corporate misconduct.
More recently, Daniel has been heavily involved in the firm’s representation of public pension and ERISA funds against State Street and Bank of New York Mellon (“BNYM”) concerning the banks’ alleged practice of overcharging custodial clients for foreign currency exchange transactions. Daniel has been the principal attorney at Lieff Cabraser responsible for managing the BNYM litigation, which recently settled on a global basis for $504 million.