Dan focuses his practice on business and commercial litigation as well as general liability matters and complex construction defect litigation for design and construction professionals. He represents sponsors, developers, general contractors, architects, engineers, and other professionals in claims involving negligence, code violations, breach of contract, and fraud. Dan’s litigation experience includes both aggressive motion practice and appellate advocacy, and he regularly counsels clients on policy recommendations related to risk mitigation and risk management.
Before beginning his career as an attorney, Dan was a senior paralegal at Patton Boggs LLP. In this role, he assisted in defending the city of New York and the World Trade Center Captive Insurance Company against more than 10,000 plaintiff personal injury claims following the rescue and recovery efforts associated with the 9/11 terrorist attacks. He was instrumental in evaluating the plaintiffs’ allegations and assisting to select bellwether plaintiffs for purposes of trial.
Dan earned his bachelor’s degree at Syracuse University, his degree in paralegal studies at Fairleigh Dickinson University, and his juris doctor at Rutgers University School of Law.