Daniel Aisaka, Associate
Daniel comes to WTJ with a diverse legal background, having represented a wide variety of corporate and individual clients in complex litigation matters throughout the United States. Daniel’s career started on the East Coast, where he was a Washington D.C. associate of a major international law firm with a practice focused on commercial business litigation, government investigation, and white collar criminal defense. After moving to Fresno, Daniel worked at the longstanding Fresno law firm of Lang, Richert & Patch PC, where he represented both defendants and plaintiffs in employment and construction matters.
At WTJ, Daniel uses this diverse background to represent individuals and corporate clients in all phases of litigation, including motions practice, discovery, pre and post-trial proceedings, and appellate work throughout the state of California in both state and federal court. Daniel’s practice includes business torts, such as fraud, tortious interference with a contract, and unfair competition. In addition, he focuses on federal and state government regulatory investigations including investigations by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Federal Trade Commission, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the Department of Fair Employment and Housing. He is also experienced in employment disputes, including employment discrimination lawsuits involving race, national origin, gender, and physical disability, as well as breach of contract and probate litigation.
In his free time, Daniel enjoys Brazilian jiu-jitsu, fishing, and spending time outdoors with his two dogs.
- Georgetown University Law Center, Juris Doctor 2014.
- Claremont Mckenna College, Bachelor of Arts, History, 2009 Cum Laude, Departmental Honors in History.
- Daniel is admitted to practice law before all California State Courts, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California, the District of Columbia, and New York.
Daniel is a member of the State Bar of California, and the Fresno County Bar Association.