Daniel Steel

Daniel Steel


University of Cambridge (B.A., 2011)
Georgetown University Law Center (LL.M., 2012)

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New York

Daniel Steel is a disputes and compliance associate in the Singapore office of Morrison & Foerster. He advises clients on complex commercial disputes, with a particular focus on international commercial arbitration matters. His practice and experience span a wide variety of industry sectors including construction, oil and gas, telecommunications, securities, medical, and pharmaceuticals, among others. He has conducted numerous arbitrations under the SIAC, ICC and UNICTRAL arbitral rules.

Mr. Steel also has experience with white collar criminal matters, including in connection with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), conducting internal investigations and the implementation of compliance policies and programs.

Prior to joining Morrison & Foerster, Mr. Steel worked in the white collar crime and international arbitration departments of a leading international law firm in both its New York and Singapore offices.

Mr. Steel received his Bachelor of Arts (Hons) (Law) from Magdalene College, University of Cambridge, and his Master of Laws in International Legal Studies from Georgetown University Law Center.

Mr. Steel is admitted to practice law in New York and is a registered foreign lawyer in Singapore. He is an associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is fluent in both English and Norwegian and proficient in Mandarin Chinese and French.

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