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Daniel’s practice focuses on environmental litigation, due diligence for development projects, and construction disputes.

Prior to joining SPR in 2022, Daniel was an associate at Dechert LLP, where he worked in the firm’s top-ranked product liability and mass tort practice group. At Dechert, Daniel spearheaded litigation strategy, prepared expert and corporate witnesses for deposition, and drafted motions, complaints, and other legal papers and memoranda. Daniel was Dechert’s lead associate handling a construction dispute on behalf of an affordable housing developer in New York Supreme Court. He also represented a conservation group in multiple appeals of state agency action in New Jersey and filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in support of international public health organizations.

Daniel received his J.D. in 2018 from the New York University School of Law, where he was a summer honors intern with the New York City Law Department’s Environmental Law Division, served as Articles Editor for the NYU Environmental Law Journal, and participated in the Natural Resources Defense Council’s Environmental Law Clinic.

Daniel graduated with an A.B. from Brown University in 2007. Prior to law school, Daniel was an advocate and campaign organizer with multiple environmental groups. Daniel completed 40 credits of graduate work in city and regional planning at the Pratt Institute. He is also an alumnus of Green Corps: The Field School for Environmental Organizing.

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“Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts 5th ed. ,” Contributor, 2021, 2022

For: Thomson Reuters, Robert L. Haig, Editor-in-Chief

Article Title: Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts 5th ed.

November 1, 2022

EPA Phases Out ASTM E1527-13 Standard for “All Appropriate Inquiries” Rule

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued a final rule on December 15, 2022, allowing for the use of ASTM ...

New York University School of Law, J.D., 2018

Brown University, A.B., 2007