Daniel has more than 20 years of experience in advising clients on complex multi–jurisdictional investigation, litigation, arbitration, and compliance matters across the Asia–Pacific region. He is the head of the firm’s disputes and compliance practice in Singapore, where in addition to his litigation practice, he advises clients regarding government and internal investigations and helps his clients develop, review, and implement world‑class compliance policies, procedures, and training programs. He also helps them protect their businesses through pre–acquisition and third–party compliance due diligence.
Clients rely on Daniel’s intelligent and flexible approach to handling these highly sensitive issues in connection with fraud and corruption, anti–money laundering, export control and economic sanctions, privacy and data security, cartel, and other competition matters. Daniel’s practice spans the Asia–Pacific region and beyond, including Japan, China, Korea India, Nepal, Australia, New Zealand, and nearly every country in Southeast Asia. His clients span a range of industries including technology, software, consulting, consumer goods, e–commerce, real estate, hospitality, and financial and professional services.
Daniel has been ranked as a top practitioner for Corporate Investigations and Anti–corruption by Chambers Asia–Pacific (2018 and 2019) and is recognized as one of the world’s leading investigations lawyers by Who’s Who Legal: Investigations and Global Investigation Review 2019.
Daniel is also a sought–after speaker and thought leader on anti–corruption, investigations, and compliance‑related topics. Some recent engagements include:
In addition to his practice, Daniel serves on the firm’s Board of Directors and on MoFo’s Diversity Strategy Committee and plays a leadership role in some of the firm’s diversity initiatives, notably, as a member of the Board of Directors of MoFo’s pro bono client, Lawyers for LGBT, and Allies Network.
Before moving to Singapore, Daniel spent more than 12 years in MoFo’s Tokyo office and is proficient in Japanese.
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