Daniel is an associate in HSF’s dispute resolution practice.
Daniel focuses his practice on commercial litigation matters. He advises domestic and international clients across a range of sectors, including petroleum products, energy and mining, financial services, and real estate.
Daniel has represented companies in U.S. state and federal courts in several complex disputes, including toxic tort actions, breach of contract actions, civil RICO actions, and commercial foreclosure proceedings. He also provides litigation avoidance and risk management advice on issues relating to contract terms, and internal and government investigations.
Daniel received his J.D. from St. John’s University School of Law where he participated in the St. John’s Law Review. He received his B.A., summa cum laude, from St. John’s University.
During law school, Daniel interned for the Hon. P. Kevin Castel at the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, and for another large international law firm.
Experience & expertise
- an institutional lender defending claims asserted by more than a dozen privatized military housing development projects seeking to recover hundreds of millions of dollars in allegedly inflated interest rates and fees
- a commodities trading company in litigation arising from the delivery of allegedly contaminated fuel oils
- a foreign bank in a commercial foreclosure action
- large companies in internal investigations
- a refinery owner and operator in litigation arising from alleged dust inhalation by employees at the refinery*
- a pro-bono client before the United States Supreme Court in an equal protection claims asserted against the Government*
- a wide array of clients in intellectual property and data privacy matters including cancellation petitions before TTAB for a commercial products company*
*Indicates experience acquired at a previous firm.