Dan Prentiss has been practicing civil litigation
for more than 30 years. He has represented clients in cases
in Massachusetts, New Jersey, California, and Texas, as well
as Rhode Island. In addition to trial work, he has briefed
and argued cases before the Supreme Court of Rhode Island,
the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, and the United States
Courts of Appeal for the first, third, and fifth circuits.
Mr. Prentiss has litigated matters in many fields,
including environmental permitting, contract disputes, products
liablility, trade secrets and intellectual property, trusts
and estates, public utilities regulation, professional malpractice,
lender liability, and civil rights.
Dan received a Bachelor of Science degree in
engineering from Brown University in 1969, where he was named
a Francis Wayland scholar, and was elected to the Tau Beta
Pi and Sigma XI Honorary Societies. He received his Juris
Doctor from Harvard Law School in 1973.
Dan is a member of the National Board
of Directors of the American Board of Trial Advocates, is
a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, and is
listed in Naifeh & Smith, The Best Lawyers in America.