|Daniel L. Carroll|
Daniel L. Carroll is one of the founding partners of the firm. He was previously with the firm of Shea & Gould for over 20 years, 12 as a partner. He graduated from Syracuse University in 1966 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering and from Georgetown University Law Center in 1969. In addition to handling cases in all major areas of commercial litigation, Dan has extensive experience in loan workouts, involving both real estate and non-real estate loans, related banking litigation and real estate litigation. Other recent matters involved title policy claims and coverage issues, NASD arbitrations, real estate brokerage commission claims, commercial leasing disputes, trademark and copyright infringement claims, shareholder derivative suits, loan securitization disputes, employment disputes and legal malpractice claims. He also has considerable experience in the bankruptcy field, primarily representing institutional creditors. Martindale AV Preeminent Rating.Representative Matters
- Represented a major title company in evaluating claims.
- Represented the purchaser of a power plant in the Dominican Republic in a dispute involving the interpretation of certain provisions of an acquisition agreement. The complaint sought in excess of $30,000,000. We were successful in having the complaint dismissed on summary judgment.
- Represented a Chilean natural gas pipeline company in a dispute with its customer over the customer’s obligation under the “ship or pay” provision in the gas transportation agreements. We were successful in convincing the arbitrators that the intention of the parties was not properly expressed in the contract, as a result of which our client received an additional $25,000,000.
- Has represented numerous creditors in bankruptcy proceedings. This representation includes, for example, monitoring the proceeding to assess the impact on a particular creditor's rights, filing and prosecuting claims against the debtor, handling matters relating to lifting the automatic stay, the assumption or rejection of executory contracts and preferential payment claims asserted by the debtor.
- Represented substantial minority shareholders of a Delaware corporation in litigation involving alleged breaches of fiduciary duty by the majority shareholder.
- Represented a limited partner of a public limited partnership in a dispute with the controlling shareholder of the general partner.
New York State Bar
United States Court of Appeals for the Second, Fourth and Federal Circuits
United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
J.D., Georgetown University Law Center 1969
B.S., Chemical Engineering, Syracuse University 1966