Daniel joined MSK in February 2017 after twenty-one years of diverse commercial litigation practice with two prominent Vermont firms. He represents individuals, businesses and government entities in all aspects of the adversarial process, including pre-trial, trial and appellate proceedings, mediation and arbitration.
Daniel brings a wealth of professional experience, creativity, street smarts and common sense to every matter. He aims to resolve disputes amicably where possible, and he is prepared to litigate those matters that cannot be settled.
Upon graduating from NYU Law School in 1990, Daniel joined Proskauer, one of New York City’s oldest and largest law firms. At Proskauer, Daniel gained experience in general commercial, labor and employment, antitrust, securities, international, bankruptcy, banking, estates, communications and products liability litigation.
Daniel returned to Vermont in 1996 and has maintained an active commercial litigation practice ever since.
In addition to his extensive commercial litigation background, Daniel has successfully litigated precedent-setting Native American law cases.
- New York University
- J.D. (1990)
- Vermont State Bar # 3408
- Environmental Law
- Native American Law
- Employment Law
- Professional Malpractice
- Motor Vehicle Franchise Law
- General Litigation
- MSK Attorneys