Daniel Mensher translates thorough preparation into courtroom success. Dan practices in Keller Rohrback’s nationally recognized Complex Litigation Group with a focus on complex environmental litigation and administrative law. He enjoys collaborating with his colleagues to identify problems and find creative, convincing solutions.Dan has litigated water and waste cases across the country, including Northwest Environmental Advocates vs. US EPA, National Fish & Wildlife Service, and National Marine Fisheries Service, a successful challenge to inadequate temperature standards – a water quality factor critical to salmon survival rates – under the Clean Water Act and Endangered Species Act. Dan also secured a $10 million clean-up fund to address landfill leachate contaminating groundwater and the Tualatin River in Northwest Environmental Defense Center v. Grabhorn, Inc. Before joining the firm, Dan was a Clinical Professor and Staff Attorney at Earthrise Law Center, the environmental law clinic at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon. He has also served as a law clerk to the Honorable Rick Haselton of the Oregon Court of Appeals.When he is not preparing to fight the good fight in court or across the negotiating table, Dan can be found racing his bike, hanging with his kids, and refueling with lots of coffee.