Daniel’s diverse practice encompasses representing family businesses and other privately held businesses, entrepreneurs and investors on a broad range of transactional matters, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions. Daniel has significant experience advising clients on corporate governance, entity formation and commercial contracts, including guiding clients through all aspects of commercial and retail leasing. He is also routinely involved in construction projects and negotiating contracts with design professionals, construction managers, and construction contractors for new construction or renovation of existing facilities.
Daniel also represents school districts, municipalities, sewer authorities and other public sector clients in a variety of transactional and litigation matters. On the transactional side, Daniel focuses on helping clients procure supplies and services across the country through interstate and intrastate cooperative purchasing arrangements. In particular, he assists clients to develop bid specification and requests for proposals in compliance with federal and state law, and then continues to provide legal support throughout the public bidding process. In litigation, Daniel represents public institutions, particularly educational institutions, in a variety of matters, including disputes involving compliance with state and federal special education requirements, compliance with federal accommodation laws and traditional employment litigation.
In addition to his transactional practice, Daniel has extensive experiencing representing clients in a wide array of complex business litigation, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution at both the trial and appellate levels. Daniel’s experience includes cases involving class action defense, wage and hour litigation, insurance disputes, traditional discrimination claims, employment litigation, health care litigation and construction law. He also regularly counsels clients in the housing, property management and real estate industries on compliance with their statutory and regulatory obligations under the Fair Housing Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and similar statutes, and defends his clients against claims brought by aggrieved parties under those statutes in jurisdictions throughout the country.
Before Fox Rothschild
During law school, Daniel was a participant in the Federal Tax Clinic at William & Mary Law School. He was a summer associate at Fox Rothschild and an extern at a national law firm. He also served as an intern for the Honorable Thomas J. Rueter, United States Magistrate Judge.
Beyond Fox Rothschild
During law school, Daniel served as an intern for the Honorable Thomas J. Rueter, United States Magistrate Judge in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and served on the staff of the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal. Daniel was also a summer associate with the firm in 2014.