Daniel McMillan is "an outstanding lawyer" say construction market commentators, who would "certainly recommend him".
Dan McMillan is co-leader of Jones Day’s global construction practice, which was recognised by Chambers USA as the “construction practice of the year for 2017” and construction Client Service award for 2018. Dan represents owners, design professionals and contractors in large construction disputes and in negotiating and drafting contracts. He has dealt with all types of project delivery systems and construction and engineering claims. Dan has extensive trial and appellate experience, as well as broad experience with domestic and international arbitration proceedings.
Dan has worked on projects in the United States and across the globe for clients like Chevron, Kiewit, Arup and Sempra Energy. He has had key roles on some of the largest and most successful infrastructure projects in the United States, including the US$2.4 billion Alameda Corridor, a consolidated rail line. Dan represented the owner at trial and on appeal in the first case involving a disputes review board to result in a published court decision in the United States.
A frequent speaker and writer on construction law, Dan’s many publications include “The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in a Global Construction Industry”, Construction Lawyer, 2018, Vol. 98, Issue 1. He is a member of the DRB Foundation, the ABA’s forum on the construction industry and the International Bar Association. He has the highest rating from Martindale Hubbell, has been named a “California Super Lawyer”, and is listed by Chambers USA.
Dan graduated summa cum laude and first in his class from both Loyola Law School and Loyola Marymount University. He clerked with the Chief Judge, United States Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit.