Daniel advises both public and private sector clients that include: local governments and school districts, restaurants, business startups, banks, trust companies, and investment advising firms. Daniel’s practice focuses on a wide range of corporate matters that include municipal and school law, land use and zoning, local taxation, liquor law, and federal banking and securities laws.
Daniel currently serves as the Solicitor for the Borough of Rosslyn Farms, and as Assistant Solicitor to several of the firm’s municipal and school district clients.
Prior to entering private practice, Daniel worked as a Judicial Intern for the Hon. David S. Cercone; Judicial Intern for the Supreme Court of Costa Rica, and as a Law Clerk for the City of Pittsburgh, Law Department.
Daniel was born in Chicago, IL but raised in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico and cannot remember whether he spoke English or Spanish first as a child.
- Ongoing representation of various municipalities and school districts on issues that involve the Sunshine Act, State Ethics Act, Borough Code, Municipalities Planning Code, Uniform Construction Code, Right to Know Law, and School Code.
- Ongoing representation of various restaurants in a wide array of legal matters including application for liquor license transfers and approvals from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, drafting and negotiating commercial leases, vendor contracts, asset purchase agreements, and non-competition agreements.
- Represented school districts and individuals in tax assessment appeals of residential and commercial properties before the Board of Property Assessments Appeals and Review (BPAAR) and the Court of Common Pleas, Board of Viewers (BOV).
- Represented a national specialty hospital in successfully challenging a multi-million dollar business privilege tax assessment in the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County.
- Represented franchisee start-up in the selection of a business entity, review of franchise agreement and loan documents.