Through close collaboration, Dan connects with clients to identify and fully understand their concerns and to develop a customized strategy. A majority of Dan’s work in the past 20 years has involved medical malpractice litigation in a range of medical specialties including: bariatric surgery, vascular surgery, orthopedic surgery, interventional radiology, spine surgery, cardiology, neonatology, urology, general surgery, gastroenterology, and critical care medicine. He has successfully tried many of these cases to verdict. He also has represented physicians in administrative proceedings involving alleged professional misconduct.
His commercial practice includes a wide variety of matters. In tax certiorari litigation, he has tried cases to verdict and negotiated settlements with local municipalities, resulting in significant tax refunds and the reduction of future tax liabilities for his clients. He has represented corporate clients in matters involving breach of contract claims, employee covenant/non-compete issues, and employment discrimination allegations. He also has experience with toxic tort litigation and the representation of nursing homes and medical device manufacturers. Dan frequently represents clients in mediations and arbitrations.
Dan has been with the firm since its founding and was elected a partner in 2001.