Daniel Gross

Daniel Gross: Attorney with Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP

Biography

Mr. Gross is a member of the firm’s Litigation Services Department. He previously served as a judicial intern for the Honorable L. Felipe Restrepo at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Prior to attending law school, Mr. Gross worked as a paralegal in the Honors Program at the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition where he assisted in the review of potential mergers and anticompetitive conduct issues.

Other Distinctions

•Articles Editor, Environmental Law & Policy Annual Review, Vanderbilt University Law School

News & Publications

•U.S. Supreme Court Signals Less Scrutiny for Businesses in Two-sided Markets
•Schnader Welcomes Six Associates to its New York, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh Offices

Areas of Practice (2)

  • Litigation
  • Internal Investigations, Ethics & Compliance

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
University Attended:
Hamilton College, B.A., Philosophy and Government, 2011
Law School Attended:
Vanderbilt University Law School, J.D., 2017
Year of First Admission:
2017
Admission:
2017, Pennsylvania
ISLN:
1000005436

Peer Reviews

This lawyer does not have peer reviews.

*Peer Reviews provided before April 15, 2008 are not displayed.

Documents (1)

Documents by this lawyer on Martindale.com

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Contact Daniel Gross

Required Fields

Required Fields


By clicking on the "Submit" button, you agree to the Terms of Use, Supplemental Terms and Privacy Policy. You also consent to be contacted at the phone number you provided, including by autodials, text messages and/or pre-recorded calls, from Martindale and its affiliates and from or on behalf of attorneys you request or contact through this site. Consent is not a condition of purchase.

You should not send any sensitive or confidential information through this site. Emails sent through this site do not create an attorney-client relationship and may not be treated as privileged or confidential. The lawyer or law firm you are contacting is not required to, and may choose not to, accept you as a client. The Internet is not necessarily secure and emails sent though this site could be intercepted or read by third parties.