Daniel H Erskine, Attorney & Solicitor: Advocating for Businesses and Individuals
Individuals and businesses require advice and representation in a variety of situations. Legal disputes arise unexpectedly and often at inopportune times. Assistance of an attorney, lawyer, and solicitor provides clients with pertinent timely information concerning the situation and its effects. Flexibility and responsiveness to ever changing circumstances are necessary legal traits in today's quick paced world. Utilization of an attorney, lawyer, and solicitor facilitates navigation through procedural and administrative labyrinths.
Representation permits detachment and logical analysis essential to a matter's determination. From employment issues to resolving tort claims, a lawyer and solicitor assists clients in effectively resolving disputes. Whether requiring a zealous advocate in the courtroom or seeking to memorialize important points of agreement, Attorney Erskine engages in the practice of both representative and transactional law.
Summary of Practice Areas
Daniel H. Erskine, a New York and Connecticut admitted attorney and solicitor of England and Wales, represents U.S. individuals, companies, joint ventures, foreign businesses, and foreign nationals on complex legal matters under US and UK law concerning general corporate matters, sale of goods and services transactions, executive and general employment matters for public and private companies, general service contracts for highly skilled personnel and craft labor workers, contract bid processes, union labor activities, and subcontractor arrangements (including special employment and employee leasing arrangements). Generally, Mr. Erskine represents US individuals, business, joint ventures, foreign business, SME (small and medium-sized enterprises),and foreign nationals.
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Daniel H. Erskine completed a judicial clerkship in Washington, D.C. and holds an LL.M. in International and Comparative Law. His thesis entitled, Reforming Federal Personal Injury Litigation by Incorporation of the Procedural Innovations of Scotland and Ireland: An Analysis and Proposal, 15 CARDOZO J. INT'L & COMP. L. 1 (2007) (lead article), presented a new method for litigating personal injury cases in United States federal courts. In addition, Mr. Erskine's independent research project titled The United States-EC Dispute Over Customs Matters: Trade Facilitation, Customs Unions, and the Meaning of WTO Obligations, 18 FLA. J. INT'L. L. 423 (2006) (lead article) focusing on the dispute between the United States and the European Union over European customs rules and regulations was published in the Florida Journal of International Law.
Mr. Erskine also holds a J.D. and served as the Content Editor of the Journal of High Technology Law for the 2002-2003 publication cycle. His student note entitled Satellite Digital Audio Radio Searching for Novel Theories of Action, 1 J. HIGH TECH. L. 135 (2002) was selected for publication in the Journal by his peers. He also earned the Harold Goodwin, Jr. Legal Advocacy Scholarship and Best Advocate Award.
Granted advanced standing and advanced placement, Mr. Erskine earned a B.A. with a double-major in political science and philosophy in three years. He also competed as a member of Men's Foil Squad on the school's Division I Varsity Fencing Team.
Mr. Erskine delivered papers at both international and domestic academic conferences. His law review articles on various subjects addressing domestic, comparative, and international law were published by nationally known academic journals. His opinion pieces appeared in The National Law Journal. Mr. Erskine also appeared on national television (FOX NEWS) as a commentator in his role as an international attorney on a number of occasions.
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