Daniel complements a practical understanding of the business world with sophisticated legal knowledge by relying on his experience as a mergers and acquisitions attorney and the ongoing business, operational and transactional advice that he gives to his clients. In his everyday practice, Daniel takes time to understand his clients on a personal level. The relationships he builds with his clients are important to him. Knowing the importance and stress of the legal issues that his clients face, Daniel focuses on being responsive and available while also working to create unique solutions to fit their needs.
Daniel’s practice areas include mergers and acquisitions (both buy- and sell-side), capital raising through both debt and equity structured transactions, corporate governance, commercial transactions, franchising issues, entity formation and start-up business planning, business succession planning, and general corporate and tax law issues.
Daniel’s client base consists primarily of government contractors, technology companies (in both the software and hardware space), businesses in the hospitality space (restaurants, hotels), construction companies, and many different varieties of services industry clients (i.e., businesses providing some sort of service to its customers, clients, patients, prime contractors, etc.)
Daniel has co-authored articles on tax law issues, been quoted in Virginia Business magazine, and been featured on several radio shows on Power of Attorney radio discussing start-up business issues.
Daniel received an LLM (Master of Laws) degree from Georgetown University in Securities and Financial Regulation, his JD (Juris Doctorate) from the University of Richmond, and a Bachelor of Arts in English at the University of Virginia. Prior to attending law school, he spent three years working as a complex litigation paralegal in Washington, D.C., where he assisted with cases in both state and federal court, at both the trial and appellate levels, in areas including insurance coverage and business contract disputes.