Kelsey Dayton focuses on complex commercial litigation, managing all aspects of a case for a wide variety of clients.
During law school, Ms. Dayton served as a comments editor for The University of Chicago Law Review. She was also a volunteer for the ACLU of Kentucky conducting legal research related to COVID-19.
Ms. Dayton was a member of the inaugural class of trial fellows at Hueston Hennigan, where she served on the trial team for two trials and one arbitration.
Obtained a favorable settlement, after two weeks of trial, for Kaiser Foundation Health Plan in a lawsuit brought by a group of California hospitals seeking hundreds of millions of dollars for emergency medical services provided to Kaiser members.
Representing a former Big 4 firm audit partner in SEC proceedings.
Representing Union Pacific as trial counsel in a wrongful death lawsuit.
Representing Public Service Company of New Mexico and PNM Resources Inc. in litigation arising out of the 2022 McBride Fire.
Representing Sonder Corp., an apartment-hotel company that manages short-term rentals in North America and Europe, in several landlord-tenant disputes across the country.
Represented Amazon.com, Inc. in a patent infringement dispute concerning cloud computing network and digital rights management.