Daniel represents and advises employers in a variety of claims involving discrimination, trade secrets, harassment, wage and hour compliance, and retaliation. Daniel represents clients before state and federal courts, and in arbitration and mediation.
Daniel is also a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army Reserve Judge Advocate General’s Corps. His legal practice in the JAG Corps includes advising soldiers on matters pertaining to administrative law, national security law, and fiscal law.
Daniel has a strong commitment to ensuring that his clients meet their business objectives. Implementing preventative systems and procedures has been a successful strategy for reducing the likelihood of future problems. Daniel appreciates the power of a strong relationship between an employer and their employees, and aims to strengthen that dynamic through his practice.
Professional & Civic Associations
- American Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Section
- California Bar Association
- Bar Association of San Francisco
- Sonoma County Bar Association
- The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School Alumni Association
Daniel is a running enthusiast and marathon runner. Often awake to watch the sun rise, you can catch him running through the Marin Headlands or down the Embarcadero before dawn.
- “If one does not know to which port one is sailing, no wind is favorable.”
Vanderbilt University Law School
- J.D., 2017
- Law and Business Certificate
- International Law Practice Lab
University of Southern California
- B.A., Philosophy, Politics & Law, 2014
- Order of Omega Honors Society
Bar & Court Admissions
- California, 2017