Dan is an associate in the firm’s Business
Services, Real Estate
and Finance and Creditors Rights
groups. In Dan’s work with business law, he focuses on all facets of business transactions ranging from entity selection and formation and structuring to mergers, acquisitions, succession planning for closely held businesses and securities work for publicly traded companies. Dan has also become one of the firm’s go-to attorneys regarding Dodd-Frank compliance
and has helped clients adapt to the Act’s many requirements. In particular, Dan has counseled large, publicly-traded businesses and financial institutions on Dodd-Frank’s swap and financial derivative regulations. He stays up to date on current compliance issues and provides client updates
In his municipal practice, Dan focuses on the representation of public bodies including boroughs, municipal authorities, economic development companies and industrial development companies. Dan works closely with municipal officials and staff in dealing with matters of governance, procurement, finance, land use, code enforcement, utilities and other matters. He has been involved as government counsel or solicitor in construction projects and sewer and water projects.
In his Creditors’ Rights practice, Dan represents the rights of creditors such as banks, credit unions, commercial landlords, large and small businesses, and professional organizations in a range of bankruptcy, restructuring, and workout matters. Dan assists clients with matters involving commercial financing, consumer loans, sales, leases, and other transactions. Dan has represented creditors before state and federal courts in both bankruptcy and collection matters.