Daryoush Behbood


New Jersey
101 Hudson Street, Suite 2100
Jersey City, NJ 07302
(201) 633-6458

Daryoush Behbood joined Clinton Brook in 2017 and has experience in virtually all aspects of litigation. He has prepared witnesses for and defended depositions; prepared pleadings, discovery requests and responses, dispositive motions, and appellate briefs; and delivered the opening statement at trial.

Before joining Clinton Brook & Peed, Daryoush was an associate at McCathern, PLLC in Dallas; his practice included commercial, insurance, and employment litigation.

Daryoush is admitted in Texas only; he is not admitted in New Jersey.

Representative Matters:

  • Represents memorabilia collectors in consumer-fraud lawsuit against New York Giants, Quarterback Eli Manning, and several other Giants employees for distributing counterfeit memorabilia.
  • Served as lead counsel and first-chair in litigation relating to dispute involving allegations of breach of contract claiming over $200,000 in damages.*
  • Defended NFL Dallas Cowboys against personal-injury claims and successfully briefed and argued appeal against claims.*
  • Obtained dismissal, based on lack of personal jurisdiction, of fraud, fiduciary duty, and contract claims against business owner.*
  • Investigated and evaluated allegations of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation under the Americans with Disabilities Act, Family and Medical Leave Act, and other federal and state statutes.*
  • Represented plaintiffs in lawsuit arising from racial bullying and discrimination in Galveston, Texas-area private school.*

*Matters handled before joining Clinton Brook


University of Texas School of Law, J.D. with Honors
Lone Star Classic National Mock Trial Champion
Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law, Staff Editor
Order of Barristers (one of only ten graduates selected)

University of Texas at Austin, B.B.A. in Marketing


Texas Fourteenth Court of Appeals





Students for H.E.L.P., Co-founder and Treasurer (Collected $30,000 of textbook donations from UT libraries for Gambia, and organized philanthropic efforts resulting in over $200,000 worth of textbooks and academic journals to University of Gambia)