DANIEL LATTANZI was born in Chicago, Illinois and grew up in Bridgeport, West Virginia. He obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin in 2004 and his law degree from the West Virginia University College of Law in 2008. While at law school, Dan was a member of the West Virginia Law Review and the Marlyn E. Lugar Trial Association.
For several years prior to joining the firm, Dan worked for Mountain State Justice, Inc., a non-profit law firm that provides legal services to low-income individuals. At Mountain State Justice, Dan represented individuals in numerous consumer protection cases with an emphasis on predatory mortgage lending and abusive debt collection litigation.
Dan has argued a number of cases before the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals and conducted jury trials on a variety of civil matters. Dan has also argued and appeared in numerous federal and state courts throughout West Virginia on a variety of legal issues. At Pepper & Nason, Dan represents individuals in bankruptcy, consumer protection, domestic, and other civil matters, with an emphasis on predatory mortgage lending.
Dan serves on the Board of Directors for the Covenant House, a non-profit that provides critical services to the homeless and working poor population of West Virginia.