Taylor C. Day advises clients in complex commercial and consumer class action litigation in both US federal and state courts, and many different economic sectors. He advises clients in business disputes involving breach of contract, unfair competition, product liability, environmental defense, and tort law. Taylor has 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.
Taylor 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.
Mr. Day’s recent experience includes 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. He has also helped counsel one of the country’s largest financial institutions in connection with investigations following recent turbulence in the financial and mortgage markets.
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