Daniel Moar concentrates his practice in commercial litigation, representing a broad range of clients, from Fortune 100 companies to small businesses and individuals. His experience includes complex and high-exposure commercial cases involving breach of contract, business torts, business valuation disputes, non-competition agreements, and intellectual property claims. He has also defended directors and officers of corporations in shareholder disputes involving mergers and acquisitions, and against claims alleging negligence, bad faith, and breach of fiduciary duty.

Dan was a Dean's List student at the Georgetown University Law Center and graduated summa cum laude from Canisius College. As a law student, Dan received a Public Service Award, was an editor of the American Criminal Law Review and served as Student Counsel for the Appellate Litigation Clinic. He has worked on numerous appeals, including arguing before the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit as part of his responsibilities with the Appellate Litigation Clinic.

Before joining Goldberg Segalla, Dan was a confidential law clerk to the Hon. John T. Elfvin and Hon. William M. Skretny of the United States District Court, Western District of New York.

Honors
  • Upstate New York Super Lawyers (Business Litigation)
Professional Affiliations
  • New York State Bar Association, Business Torts and Employment Litigation Committee
  • American Bar Association, Council of Appellate Lawyers
  • Bar Association of Erie County, Appellate Practice Committee and Federal Practice Committee
Admitted to Practice
  • New York
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
  • U.S. District Court for the Western, Eastern, Northern, and Southern District of New York
Prior Experience
  • Confidential Law Clerk to the Hon. John T. Elfvin and Hon. William M. Skretny (W.D.N.Y.)
Civic Activities
  • Canisius College Pre-Law Advisory Council
Education
  • Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 2007
  • Canisius College, summa cum laude, B.A., 2004
Publications/Presentations