Daniel Sklar concentrates his practice in lending transactions, loan workouts and liquidations, bankruptcy reorganizations, and lender liability. He also has extensive experience in the area of corporate law and commercial transactions. Over the past twenty years and more, Daniel has represented debtors, trustees, secured creditors, committees, stockholders, lessors, and senior executives in large Chapter 11 cases around the country, and has also been involved in a number of international insolvencies.
Daniel lectures frequently in these areas for both bar associations and private continuing education groups. Daniel is also an adjunct professor of law at Franklin Pierce Law Center, where he teaches a course on bankruptcy and reorganization. He also handles general business transactions.