Daniel is a member of the firm's Financial Services and Business Law groups. He practises corporate commercial and financial services law with a focus on corporate transactions, financings and commercial drafting for clients across a number of industries. He acts for large financial institutions, early stage start-ups, emerging and mid-sized privately-owned companies, venture capital/private equity funds and other institutional investors and lenders.
Daniel provides advice to clients on a wide variety of issues, including mergers and acquisitions, asset and share purchase transactions, asset-based lending, corporate governance, software licensing, professional services agreements, privacy, security and day-to-day operations and corporate matters.
Daniel volunteers for Lifeline Syria as supervising Lawyer in their Pro Bono Syrian Refugee Sponsorship Support Program, providing Canadians wishing to sponsor Syrian refugees with legal advice and application assistance.
Daniel also volunteers with Pro Bono Law Ontario's Corporate Law Clinic, where he provides summary legal advice to start-ups and small business. Daniel completed his J.D. at Western University. Prior to attending law school, he obtained his B.A. from Western University where he was on the Dean’s Honour Roll and graduated with Distinction.
Daniel joined the firm as a summer student in 2012 and articled in 2013-2014. He was called to the Ontario Bar in 2014.
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- Law Society of Upper Canada
- Ontario Bar Association
- Canadian Bar Association
- Admitted to the Ontario Bar, 2014
- Western Law, Juris Doctor, 2013
- Western University, Bachelor of Arts (Hons.), 2010