Daniel Bravo is an associate attorney in the Litigation, Employment Law, and Politics & Government departments of the firm. His practice includes complex motion and trial matters; class actions; wage and hour cases; employer and employee compliance issues and disputes; and all manner of election and political law matters from ballot measures to representation of political parties, candidates, and elected officials on issues of campaign finance and in litigation.

  • B.A., University of Michigan, 2008
  • J.D., University of Illinois at Chicago John Marshall School of Law, 2013
  • State Bar of Nevada

  • General Counsel, Nevada State Democratic Party (2017-2020) (counseled State Party on legal issues that arose in the day-to-day operation of the State Party, and defended State Party in the courts of Nevada)
  • Law v. Whitmer (2020) (represented President-Elect Joseph R. Biden in election contest brought by the Donald Trump Campaign, seeking to overturn statewide results of the 2020 General Election)
  • In Re Nevada State Senate Recalls (2018) (defeated recall petitions against two of Nevada’s sitting State Senators)
  • Diaz v. MDC Restaurants (2018) (determining employer health insurance standards for minimum wage workers in Nevada)
  • Ortiz v. Stratosphere (2019) (represented employee class for alleged improper time rounding practices)

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