Biographical Sketch: Daniel M. Gribbon, Esq.Catherine Nugent2019-04-23T14:52:28-04:00
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Daniel M. Gribbon
Daniel Gribbon is a senior counsel with the law firm of Covington & Burling where he
practices in the areas of antitrust, securities, and government contracts. Mr. Gribbon attended Case
Western Reserve University, where he received an A.B. in 1938. Upon receiving a J.D. from
Harvard Law School in 1941, he clerked for Judge Learned Hand, 1941-42. Following service in
the Navy, he joined Covington & Burling in 1945 as an associate. He has been a partner with the
firm since 1950.
Mr. Gribbon has argued many cases in the Supreme Court and in most of the Federal courts
of appeals, and has tried cases in the Federal trial courts in the District of Columbia, New York,
Wilmington, Chicago and Los Angeles.
He has served as Chairman of the Board on Professional Responsibilities in the District of
Columbia and Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Procedures for the Court of Appeals for the
D.C. Circuit. Mr. Gribbon is president of the Historical Society of the District of Columbia Circuit.