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Daniel is an associate in our litigation group. Daniel's practice focuses on litigation involving commercial leasing, real estate, construction law, contractual disputes and debt collection matters. Daniel has represented clients before all levels of Court in Ontario and he has also appeared before numerous administrative tribunals, including the Ontario Securities Commission, the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada and the Real Estate Council of Ontario.
Daniel also has considerable experience in achieving results for his clients without the need for lengthy and expensive litigation. He has acted as counsel in many mediations, aribitrations and negotiated settlements, recognizing that the best resolution often involves creative and practical solutions.
Daniel is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School and was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 2010. Before joining Daoust Vukovich, Daniel spent over five years as a commercial litigator at a mid-sized downtown firm and at one of Canada's largest full-service law firms. Daniel has also worked as both an articling student and as litigation counsel for the Ontario Securities Commission in the enforcement branch. Daniel holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts from Carleton University and a Master's Degree in Journalism from the University of British Columbia. Prior to attending law school, Daniel worked as a journalist for different media outlets including the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in London, England and the Associated Press in Jerusalem, Israel.
Daniel is a member of the Ontario and Canadian Bar Associations, as well as The Advocates' Society.
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