Daniel S. Maland2020-06-23T19:08:33+00:00
ETAN MARK

 “Dan is a pleasure to work with. He is diligent and responsive, providing pro-active thinking and sound judgment at every stage of the case.”

Client, Federal Court Appointed Receiver

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CONTACT DANIEL

    

T: (305) 374-6621

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PEOPLE CALL ME A PERFECTIONIST, BUT I’M NOT. I’M A RIGHTIST. I DO SOMETHING UNTIL IT’S RIGHT AND THEN I MOVE ON TO THE NEXT THING. JAMES CAMERON

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DANIEL S. MALAND 

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, 07  |  EMORY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, 10

Daniel is a third-generation Miamian admitted to practice in both New York and Florida, whose everyday goal is to effectively resolve his corporate and individual clients’ disputes, in state and federal court or arbitration.

He has particular expertise in representing multinational corporations and high net worth individuals in bet-the-company litigation, representing federal court-appointed receivers in the prosecution and administration of their estates, providing white collar criminal defense, and assisting clients with government investigations. Daniel also consults on emerging technologies, with a focus on cyber security, blockchain, distributed ledger technologies, and smart contracts, as well as the implementation of such technology in maritime industries

Daniel currently is a member of the Florida Bar’s Blockchain and Digital Currency Taskforce, and serves as the Young Lawyer Liaison to the Committee on Carriage of Goods of the Maritime Law Association. Daniel has been recognized as a rising star by Super Lawyers on multiple occasions.

A Blue Key graduate of the University of Florida, Daniel earned his J.D. from Emory University School of Law, where he served as Notes and Comments Editor to the Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal and earned the Dean’s Award Recipient for his work on behalf of Emory’s International Humanitarian Law Clinic.

While in law school, Daniel volunteered in the New Orleans Public Defenders Office and interned for then United States District Judge Adalberto Jordan, who now sits on the United States Court of Appeal for the Eleventh Circuit.

Prior to moving back home to Miami, Daniel practiced as a litigator in New York, and had the privilege of representing President Obama’s Task Force on the Auto Industry in its handling of the financial bailout of Chrysler and General Motors. He also served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Cathy L. Waldor, United States Magistrate Judge for the District of New Jersey in 2014-2015.

Daniel has been engaged in civil rights pro bono matters his entire career. Notably, Daniel successfully litigated for and obtained the immediate release of a detained asylum seeker facing certain death in his home country and has been recognized by the Legal Aid Society for his assistance representing foreign-born victims of domestic violence in obtaining American permanent residence status.

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  • Super Lawyers: New York and Florida, Rising Star for General Litigation, 2014 – 2017, 2019, 2020
  • The Legal Aid Society of New York: Recognition for Outstanding Pro Bono Service
  • Member, Florida Bar’s Blockchain and Digital Currency Taskforce
  • Miami ACCESS Steering Committee, AJC
  • Charles Bronfman Convenor, Israel Policy Forum
  • Young Lawyer Liaison to the Committee on Carriage of Goods of the Maritime Law Association
  • Florida Blue Key
  • Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton, LLP – Associate (Miami)
  • Chadbourne & Parke LLP / Norton Rose Fulbright LLP – Associate (NYC)
  • Law Clerk to the Honorable Cathy Waldor, U.S. District Court District of New Jersey
  • Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP – Associate (NYC)
  • Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP – Associate (NYC)

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS


June 28, 2019  The Florida Bar Podcast

Blockchain and its Role in Litigation Today and Tomorrow


June 28, 2019  Panelist, 2019 Florida Bar Annual Convention:

The Future of Digital Evidence is Here: Data Breach Discovery, Blockchain Admissibility, and Fundamental E-Discovery Competence


May 3, 2018  CLE Presenter

An Introduction to Blockchain in Shipping” to the Maritime Law Association of the United States Spring 2018 Convention


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ARTICLES & ANNOUNCEMENTS


June 2020, South Florida Business & Wealth (print)

“South Florida Legal Guide Briefing”


May 29, 2020, The Daily Business Review

“On the Move: Aron Raskas Joins Gunster”


August / September 2019, Practical Law Magazine (Printed edition)

“Expert Q&A on Developing Issues in Blockchain Litigation”


November 19, 2018, Daily Business Review, Board of Contributors:

“A Prediction on What Blockchain May Mean for Litigators”


ETAN MARK

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DANIEL S. MALAND 

 

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CONTACT DANIEL

    

T: (305) 374-6621

PEOPLE CALL ME A PERFECTIONIST, BUT I’M NOT. I’M A RIGHTIST. I DO SOMETHING UNTIL IT’S RIGHT AND THEN I MOVE ON TO THE NEXT THING. JAMES CAMERON

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, 07  |  EMORY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, 10

Daniel is a third-generation Miamian admitted to practice in both New York and Florida, whose everyday goal is to effectively resolve his corporate and individual clients’ disputes, in state and federal court or arbitration.

He has particular expertise in representing multinational corporations and high net worth individuals in bet-the-company litigation, representing federal court-appointed receivers in the prosecution and administration of their estates, providing white collar criminal defense, and assisting clients with government investigations. Daniel also consults on emerging technologies, with a focus on cyber security, blockchain, distributed ledger technologies, and smart contracts, as well as the implementation of such technology in maritime industries

Daniel currently is a member of the Florida Bar’s Blockchain and Digital Currency Taskforce, and serves as the Young Lawyer Liaison to the Committee on Carriage of Goods of the Maritime Law Association. Daniel has been recognized as a rising star by Super Lawyers on multiple occasions.

A Blue Key graduate of the University of Florida, Daniel earned his J.D. from Emory University School of Law, where he served as Notes and Comments Editor to the Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal and earned the Dean’s Award Recipient for his work on behalf of Emory’s International Humanitarian Law Clinic.

While in law school, Daniel volunteered in the New Orleans Public Defenders Office and interned for then United States District Judge Adalberto Jordan, who now sits on the United States Court of Appeal for the Eleventh Circuit.

Prior to moving back home to Miami, Daniel practiced as a litigator in New York, and had the privilege of representing President Obama’s Task Force on the Auto Industry in its handling of the financial bailout of Chrysler and General Motors. He also served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Cathy L. Waldor, United States Magistrate Judge for the District of New Jersey in 2014-2015.

Daniel has been engaged in civil rights pro bono matters his entire career. Notably, Daniel successfully litigated for and obtained the immediate release of a detained asylum seeker facing certain death in his home country and has been recognized by the Legal Aid Society for his assistance representing foreign-born victims of domestic violence in obtaining American permanent residence status.

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  • Super Lawyers: New York and Florida, Rising Star for General Litigation, 2014 – 2017, 2019, 2020
  • The Legal Aid Society of New York: Recognition for Outstanding Pro Bono Service
  • Member, Florida Bar’s Blockchain and Digital Currency Taskforce
  • Miami ACCESS Steering Committee, AJC
  • Charles Bronfman Convenor, Israel Policy Forum
  • Young Lawyer Liaison to the Committee on Carriage of Goods of the Maritime Law Association
  • Florida Blue Key
  • Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton, LLP – Associate (Miami)
  • Chadbourne & Parke LLP / Norton Rose Fulbright LLP – Associate (NYC)
  • Law Clerk to the Honorable Cathy Waldor, U.S. District Court District of New Jersey
  • Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP – Associate (NYC)
  • Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP – Associate (NYC)

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS


June 28, 2019  The Florida Bar Podcast

Blockchain and its Role in Litigation Today and Tomorrow


June 28, 2019  Panelist, 2019 Florida Bar Annual Convention:

The Future of Digital Evidence is Here: Data Breach Discovery, Blockchain Admissibility, and Fundamental E-Discovery Competence


May 3, 2018  CLE Presenter

An Introduction to Blockchain in Shipping” to the Maritime Law Association of the United States Spring 2018 Convention


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ARTICLES & ANNOUNCEMENTS


June 2020, South Florida Business & Wealth (print)

“South Florida Legal Guide Briefing”


May 29, 2020,  The Daily Business Review

“On the Move: Aron Raskas Joins Gunster”


August / September 2019, Practical Law Magazine (Printed edition)

“Expert Q&A on Developing Issues in Blockchain Litigation”


November 19, 2018, Daily Business Review, Board of Contributors:

“A Prediction on What Blockchain May Mean for Litigators”


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