Daniel is a litigator with a wide range of experience in commercial, civil rights and tort litigation in state, federal and appellate courts and arbitrations. Daniel has represented clients in high-end/high-profile civil RICO litigation, healthcare litigation, business disputes and business torts, collections, and commercial real estate litigation. Daniel also handles a diverse set of transactional matters, including the drafting of agreements, licenses, assignments and other documents for corporate clients.
Daniel is a former Assistant New York State Attorney General. During his time in the Attorney General’s office, Daniel handled a variety of federal and state matters for the various agencies of New York state and assisted the Medicaid Fraud Unit in investigations and litigation. He served as first-chair and assisted at trials, developed case strategy, took and defended depositions, conducted mediations, negotiated settlements, drafted pleadings, argued motions, and corresponded with clients, state agencies and opposing counsel.
Daniel has also served as a guest lecturer at Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, where he continues as a judge for numerous moot court, mock trials and negotiation/arbitration competitions.