Taylor C. Day advises clients in complex commercial and consumer class action litigation across a variety of sectors, with an emphasis on the healthcare, financial services, and energy industries. He counsels clients in commercial disputes involving breach of contract, consumer privacy, unfair competition, product liability, environmental defense, and tort law. He also has experience advising clients with internal investigations and defending clients in regulatory matters.
Taylor spent seven months in-house on secondment at a California health plan, where he managed outside counsel and actively defended numerous arbitrations. He also participated in the firm’s public interest fellowship program, where he analyzed energy-related legislation affecting California and supervised law students at civil and appellate law clinics.
A member of the firm’s Privacy and Cybersecurity Global Practice Group, Taylor has experience defending clients in lawsuits alleging violations of consumer privacy statutes.
He is also a member of the firm’s Class Action Working Group, representing clients in consumer and products liability class actions.
Taylor maintains an active pro bono practice, representing asylum seekers in Immigration Court and before US Citizenship and Immigration Services. He also serves as the vice chair of the Los Angeles Pro Bono Committee.
On a volunteer basis, Taylor is a member of Public Counsel’s Leadership Council.
Won motion to dismiss federal class action against an apparel and footwear company involving alleged violations of California’s "Shine the Light" law.
Managed a nationwide federal class action settlement asserting violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
Secured dismissal of action for health plan in dispute with provider alleging improper retraction of payments for services provided by provider.
Achieved complete dismissal of health plan in arbitration involving reimbursement for contracted medical services.
Counseled multinational retailer regarding compliance with federal and California state environmental regulations addressing electronic waste.
Obtained anti-SLAPP dismissal of lending institution related to allegations of improper mortgage servicing and foreclosure issues.
Won dismissal of maritime entity in toxic tort lawsuit alleging violations of the Jones Act.
Achieved favorable good faith settlement of federal Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) lawsuit concerning alleged soil contamination.
Counseled one of the country’s largest financial institutions in connection with investigations following turbulence in the financial and mortgage markets.
Representation of a national banking association from several commercial real estate claims, which resulted in a dismissal of all claims that was later upheld on appeal.
Counseling California health plans in various litigations and arbitrations regarding reimbursement of contracted and non-contracted hospital services.
Representing a California HMO in a taxpayer representative action seeking to deem HMOs subject to California’s gross premium tax.
Representing manufacturer in multi-party litigation regarding alleged groundwater contamination.
University of California, Hastings College of the Law, 2009, J.D., Cum Laude
University of Southern California, 2006, B.S., Magna Cum Laude
U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Eastern, Central, and Southern Districts of California
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Awards and Affiliations
Rising Star, Industry Focus: Healthcare: Health Insurers, The Legal 500 US (2019)