Concentrates on lending transactions, loan workouts and liquidations, bankruptcy reorganizations, and lender liability. He has extensive experience in the area of corporate law and commercial transactions. He has represented debtors, trustees, secured creditors, committees, stockholders, lessors, and senior executives in large Chapter 11 cases around the country, and has been involved in a number of international insolvencies.
Daniel lectures for both bar associations and private continuing education groups. He is an adjunct professor of law at the UNH Law School, where he teaches bankruptcy and reorganization.
Boston University, LLM; Boston College, JD; University of Pennsylvania, BA.