Daniel R. Karon manages Karon LLC. He represents and defends consumers and corporations in consumer-fraud and antitrust class-action lawsuits. In addition to teaching at Columbia, he has lectured at Vanderbilt, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Georgia, Tulane, and other law schools. He was a lecturer in law at Cleveland State University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. He also serves on Loyola University Chicago School of Law’s Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies’ U.S. Advisory Board.
Mr. Karon chairs the ABA’s National Institute on Class Actions. He is co-vice chair of the American Association of Justice’s Class Action Litigation Group. He was an editorial board member and contributing author to the ABA Litigation Section’s magazine Class Actions Today–Jurisdiction to Resolution. He was a member of the Ohio Association of Justice’s Board of Trustees and served as an editorial board member for the OAJ’s Ohio Trial magazine.
Mr. Karon writes a bimonthly column for Law360. He has published several law-review articles, bar-journal articles, and op-eds on class-action topics. He lectures nationally on class actions for the ABA and other bar associations.
Mr. Karon received his B.A. from Indiana University and his J.D. from the Ohio State University College of Law.