Daniel is an associate at Zimmerman Reed, with his practice concentrating in the firm’s Public & Attorney General practice and complex and mass tort litigation practice group. He is a member of the consumer fraud litigation team representing the State of New Mexico in the Visa/MasterCard Interchange litigation, conducted case investigation in representing schools and athletic facilities in the FieldTurf litigation, is part of the drug and device team, preparing discovery, briefs, and deposition preparation, and currently is part of the firm’s opioid litigation team.
Daniel received his law degree from the University of Michigan Law School, where he served as a lead Article Editor of the Michigan Business & Entrepreneurial Law Review and participated in the Henry M Campbell Moot Court. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Wheaton College. He served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Jeffrey J. Keyes of the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota. He is admitted to practice law in Illinois, Minnesota, and Missouri.
Prior to joining Zimmerman Reed, Daniel worked at a Chicago law firm on cases involving antitrust violations, corporate law, employment, law, regulatory compliance and securities fraud related to auction rate securities and mortgage backed securities. Daniel’s extensive experience in e-discovery includes the following subject matters: Antitrust review in proposed hospital system merger; corporate law regarding alleged breach of fiduciary duties; Employment law in age discrimination and wrongful termination lawsuits; EPA/DEC environmental regarding superfund site; regulatory compliance regarding FCPA investigation; regulatory compliance regarding pseudoephedrine sales; securities fraud allegations regarding auction rate securities and mortgage-backed securities; and securities law claims regarding private-label, residential mortgage-backed securities
- J.D., University of Michigan Law School
- B.A., Economics, Wheaton College
- Federal Bar Association