Daniel is a litigator whose written and oral advocacy skills benefit the firm’s Product Liability/Insurance Defense, Complex/Commercial Litigation, Construction/Real Estate, and IP Litigation practice groups. His practice involves defending and prosecuting claims for individuals and organizations of all sizes in a variety of disputes, whether in litigation, mediation, or arbitration. Daniel’s recent achievements include securing summary judgment for the defendant in a legal malpractice lawsuit and successfully defending a national appliance manufacturer against a product defect claim at arbitration.
Daniel attended law school at the University of Idaho, where he was asked to serve as a legal writing teaching assistant and lead articles editor for the Idaho Law Review. At UI, he also won awards for excellence in academic performance, legal writing, and negotiation. He graduated cum laude.
Daniel’s legal experience includes summer associateships at a Seattle area workers’ compensation defense firm in 2009 and Hawley Troxell in 2010, as well as a judicial clerkship for Justice Jim Jones of the Idaho Suprime Court in 2011-2012. Prior to law school, Daniel was a journalist for the Idaho State Journal in Pocatello, Idaho, and the Kent Reporter in Kent, Washington.
Justice Jim Jones, Idaho Supreme Court, 2011-2012
Law School: University of Idaho College of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2011
Undergraduate: Pacific Lutheran University, B.A., English and Journalism, cum laude, 2006