Musa Dajani focuses his practice on commercial litigation and data privacy and cyber security. He works closely with corporate executives, business owners, and in-house counsel, to help clients navigate complex legal issues. He conducts settlement negotiations and participates in a variety of legal matters including contract disputes, fraud, franchise violations, disputes.
Prior to joining KDV, Mr. Dajani served as a law clerk where he researched corporate, insurance, and commercial litigation issues for cases in the technology, consumer goods, pharmaceuticals, and natural resources sectors. He also interned at a software and electric-vehicle charging companies where he drafted contracts, researched, and drafted memoranda on compliance, labor & employment, and privacy matters related to CCPA and GDPR issues. He also assisted in risk analyses of trademark infringement claims.
During law school, Mr. Dajani was the UC Davis Social Justice Law Review’s Editor-in-Chief, a board member of the Middle Eastern South Asian Law Student Association, participated in the school’s negotiations competition, and was a clinic clerk at the Aoki Center Federal Court Amicus Project.
- California State Bar
- University of California, Santa Cruz (cum laude), B.A., cum laude
- University of California, Davis School of Law, J.D.