- Email: Daniel.Fox@lewisbrisbois.com
- Phone: 212.845.9001
- Fax: 212.232.1399
Daniel Fox is a partner in the New York office of Lewis Brisbois and a member of the General Liability Practice. He specializes in multi-party, complex, mass tort litigation with an emphasis on property damage and environmental litigation (e.g. building/structure failures; adjacent construction damage; fire loss; soil subsidence; water intrusion and damage; construction defect; explosions; litigation involving public utilities; mechanical equipment failures; oil spills; contamination; mold; and other pollution / environmental matters.)
Dan also specializes in representing directors and officers of condominiums and co-ops, as well as their managing agents. The typical issues litigated in this practice area include: Interpretation and enforcement of governing documents (Offering Plans, By-laws, Proprietary Leases, indemnification provisions, waiver of subrogation provisions, etc.); the Business Judgment Rule; and defense of Boards of Managers in actions brought by unit owners, tenants, and third parties.
In addition, Dan has drafted, interpreted, negotiated, and consulted upon a variety of employment, operating and services agreements.
His litigation-based experience also includes: commercial, labor law, premises liability, professional liability, and breach of contract claims. His caseload extends throughout the Greater New York Metropolitan Area in federal and state courts.
New York State Court
New York Federal Court – Southern and Eastern Districts
Florida – (inactive status)
University of Miami School of Law
State University of New York at Albany
Bachelor of Arts