Daniel is a Partner in Husch Blackwell's Madison office and a member of the firm’s Financial Services & Capital Markets team, where he concentrates his practice on commercial bankruptcy (debtors and creditors), creditors' rights and commercial litigation. He has more than 20 years of experience representing plaintiffs and defendants in business transactions and complex commercial litigation, as well as representing secured and unsecured creditors in banking litigation, bankruptcy, foreclosures, liquidations, construction lien law, construction arbitration, Article 9 secured transactions, Wisconsin Chapter 128 receivership proceedings, and workouts and out of court restructurings.
Daniel has also successfully litigated a number of cases involving fraud, embezzlement, fraudulent transfers and theft-by-contractor. Many of these cases ultimately led to bankruptcy filings. The discharge of many of those debts were successfully objected to.