Profound critical thinking and uncommon intellectual creativity are the hallmarks of Daniel Balmori's practice in litigation and dispute resolution, which he applies to develop effective solutions to legal puzzles in both state and federal court.
Daniel focuses his practice on appellate and commercial litigation with an emphasis on contract and corporate governance disputes, business torts, and patent, trademark, and copyright litigation.
In addition to his litigation practice, Daniel currently serves as pro bono counsel to Friends of The Underline, Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming underutilized land into a 10-mile iconic linear park, world-class urban trail, transportation solution, and living art destination inspiringly designed by the architects of New York City's renowned High Line.
Daniel served as a law clerk to the Honorable Paul C. Huck, U.S. District Judge for the Southern District of Florida. Daniel also previously gained valuable legal experience working in the nation's most active and cutting-edge public integrity and civil rights enforcement offices including for the Civil Rights Division at the Department of Justice, the Civil Rights Division at the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office, and the Public Corruption and Special Prosecutions Unit at the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Massachusetts.
While in law school, Daniel taught undergraduate courses at Harvard College in U.S. presidential campaign strategy and Cuban history and was the executive technical editor of the Harvard Journal on Legislation, the nation's foremost non-partisan student-edited publication on the legislative process.