• Daniel Lennard is a litigator who works on civil litigation, including securities, antitrust and real estate litigation, as well as white collar criminal and regulatory defense. Daniel has assisted in the defense of individuals and corporations in a variety of sensitive and high-profile matters in state and federal courts, regulatory inquiries, and investigations.

    Daniel’s experience encompasses all phases of litigation, including serving as a member of trial teams in federal courts, drafting pleadings and briefs, assisting in the examination of witnesses and employees, managing discovery review and production, and preparing witnesses for depositions, interviews and cross-examination. Recently, Daniel worked on a five-day bench trial in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York that resulted in the court rejecting the debtors’ claims against a Kramer Levin client in connection with a luxury condominium development project.

    Daniel maintains an active pro bono docket. Most recently, Daniel represented a federal prisoner who applied for and was granted a commutation of sentence by former President Obama. Daniel has also appeared in Bronx Family Court on numerous occasions, including representing a client in child support and visitation trials.

    As an elected member of Kramer Levin’s Associates Committee, Daniel represents the firm’s associates in supporting firm goals such as business and professional development, mentoring, and recruitment and retention. Daniel is also a member of the firm’s Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Protection practice group and is a regular contributor to the group’s publications.

    Credentials

    Education

    • J.D., Columbia Law School, 2013
      • Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar
      • Staff Editor, Columbia Human Rights Law Review
    • B.A., magna cum laude, Brown University, 2009

    Bar Admissions

    • New York, 2014