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Daniel advises public companies on issues involving corporate governance and securities law compliance. His experience includes advising on periodic reporting requirements under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 as well as a wide range of securities transactions such as IPOs, resale and follow-on offerings, tender offers, beneficial ownership reporting under the Williams Act, and related matters. Daniel’s experience includes representing companies, investment banks, and investors in public and private offerings.
As a former staff attorney for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Daniel brings a firsthand perspective to his securities practice. While at the SEC, Daniel reviewed and examined Securities Act and Exchange Act filings, including IPO and business combination registration statements, proxy and information statements, and periodic and current reports. He also participated in the Exchange Act Rule 14a-8 Shareholder Proposal Task Force for the 2016-2017 proxy season, where he was responsible for considering and recommending the disposition of no-action requests seeking to exclude shareholder proposals.
Daniel’s unique experience affords him the ability to analyze complex issues and offer his clients actionable advice regarding how securities laws may impact their businesses.