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B.A., UC Santa Barbara, with Honors
J.D., Stanford Law School
Daniel’s practice focuses on representing public and private sector unions and a wide variety of blue-collar and professional employees through advice, representation, and advocacy in arbitrations, administrative hearings, and litigation in state and federal courts. He also assists unions with collective bargaining and by providing ongoing advice concerning state and federal employment laws. He has extensive experience helping unions navigate issues affecting immigrant workers, such as employment verification laws and improper inquiries into the immigration status of workers.
Daniel has served as a volunteer for the Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance. He is also a member of the AFL-CIO Lawyers Coordinating Committee and the Labor and Employment Law Sections of the California Lawyers Association and the Los Angeles County Bar Association.
Before joining the firm, Daniel served for two years as a field attorney in the Phoenix office of Region 28 of the National Labor Relations Board, where he was responsible for investigating and prosecuting charges of unfair labor practices and conducting elections to determine employees’ union representation preferences. He can read, write, and speak Spanish fluently.
Bar Admissions: California