Design professionals plan the built environment in which we live. Daniel plans for the litigation environment in which he lives.

Daniel is a trial attorney with both bench and jury trial experience throughout Virginia. He understands and appreciates the critical importance that planning each phase of the litigation process has on protecting his client’s interests. Daniel’s familiarity with many Virginia jurisdictions and judges provides him with a unique advantage at trial, and he first gained exposure to construction disputes as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Charles L. Ricketts, III, in the City of Staunton, Virginia. 

It can be unsettling to be a party to a legal claim, and an effective defense often hinges on mapping and executing a comprehensive strategy. Daniel brings this approach to every file he handles, recognizing that it is critical for his clients to have an advocate in their corner who will take a precise but exhaustive approach to meeting their objectives. Daniel’s commitment to and advocacy for his clients are the cornerstones of his practice.  


University of Richmond School of Law, J.D.
Berklee College of Music, B.M.


Construction and Public Contracts Law Section of the Virginia State Bar
Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys
Federal Bar Association