Dan’s practice focuses on business law, real estate, employment law, and general civil litigation. His philosophy is to give clients practical advice based on a thorough understanding of the client’s situation and goals. Based on that knowledge, he helps clients understand their options so that they may make the best decision to achieve their goals. Dan brings his experience and passion to advising businesses on formation and planning issues, to people and businesses with real estate issues, and to representing clients in civil disputes. Dan is licensed to practice law in Colorado and Wyoming.
Community involvement is important to Dan. He is a member of the Rotary Club of Fort Collins Breakfast. Dan is the president of the Larimer County Bar Association Young Lawyers Division and a member of the executive committee of the Larimer County Bar Association. He is an active volunteer with all of these organizations.
Dan earned his law degree in 2013 from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. During law school, Dan was the Online Editor-in-Chief for the Denver Journal of International Law and Policy and the Tenth Circuit Survey Editor for the Denver University Law Review, founded the Space Law Society, and was the captain of the school’s Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court team. Dan graduated from the University of Southern California with a B.A. in economics and international relations in 2008. While at USC, Dan played trombone in The Spirit of Troy, USC’s universally-renowned marching band.Prior to joining Gast Johnson & Muffly, PC in 2017, Dan was an attorney at a Fort Collins law firm where he handled a wide array of business, civil litigation, appeals, and adoption matters. Dan started his legal career as a law clerk for the Honorable Stephen E. Howard of the Larimer County District Court. When not practicing law, Dan enjoys astronomy, the mountains, disc golf, and learning to fly fish. As a native of Lake Tahoe, Nevada, Dan is an avid skier who eagerly awaits the first flakes of snow each winter.
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