Dan Farino is a partner in Archer's Environmental Law Practice Group, where he concentrates his practice on complex environmental litigation. Dan has a wealth of experience in the defense of product liability, natural resource damage, toxic tort, property damage, and personal injury claims in a number of jurisdictions, with significant experience in mass tort product liability multidistrict litigation involving defective design and failure to warn theories of liability in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Puerto Rico, and beyond. Dan has particular sophistication in preparing key fact and expert witnesses for deposition, as well as deposing fact and expert witnesses in an array of subject matters, including those involving soil and groundwater contamination from underground storage tanks and surface spills. Dan also has significant regulatory law experience, and regularly assists and advises clients in navigating New Jersey's complex SRRA, TRSR, and ISRA regulations and obligations. As a member of Archer Discovery Strategies, Dan maintains in depth knowledge of e-discovery trends and obligations, and frequently oversees the collection, review, and production of paper documents and electronically stored information in state, federal, and multidistrict litigations. Dan is a Director of the New Jersey State Bar Association's Environmental Section, and has served as the vice-chair of Medford Township's Environmental Affairs Advisory Committee.