Dan represents public, private, and non-profit entities in a variety of tax-exempt and tax-advantaged financings, joint powers collaborations, and public–private partnerships. He uses his background in multi-issue, multi-stakeholder dispute resolution and his experience in collective-impact development and the non-profit sector to help clients structure and finance complex projects, address sensitive issues, and build and maintain successful partnerships.
Dan also represents clients on a pro bono basis, primarily in the areas of non-profit formation and asylum law.
Client-centered, industrious, and relentlessly optimistic, Dan uses a relationship-driven, integrative approach to help clients achieve effective, efficient, and enduring results.
Education & Admissions
Creighton University (Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, in English; Minors in Mathematics, History, and Music, 2009), Richard & Jane O’Toole Award for Creative Nonfiction
Marquette University (Master’s Degree in Dispute Resolution, 2013), Trinity Fellow
University of Iowa College of Law (Juris Doctor with High Distinction and Highest Honors, Order of the Coif, 2016), Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Award, 2016
- Iowa Supreme Court, Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Daryl L. Hecht, 2016-2017
- United States District Court for the Southern District of Iowa, Judicial Extern to the Honorable Stephanie M. Rose, 2016-2016
- United States Court of Federal Claims, Judicial Intern to the Honorable Susan G. Braden, 2014-2014
News & Resources
Industries & Practices
- Banking & Financial Institutions
- Development & Infrastructure
- Energy & Natural Resources
- Non-Profit & Tax Exempt Organizations
- Project Development & Finance
- Public Finance
- Public-Private Partnerships