Daniel Hurteau is a litigator who has tried hundreds of cases in administrative proceedings, mediations, arbitrations and state and federal court. He focuses on complex business and tort-related actions for pharmaceutical companies, hospitals and healthcare providers, long-term care facilities and physicians. Daniel also represents owners and developers in a wide variety of commercial and construction-related matters.
My practice is focused primarily on healthcare and other complex commercial litigation.
The healthcare industry is incredibly diverse and complex. Litigation issues abound, from basic contract disputes with vendors, construction issues, class action anti-trust claims, class action wage and hours matters, non-compete violations to professional disciplinary problems. I represent healthcare providers at all levels and in a remarkable variety of cases. Years of experience in this space have given me a deep understanding of the industry and the roles of the various players, which helps me navigate disputes to make certain that clients’ limited resources are being spent wisely and that the ultimate objectives are achieved.
I frequently collaborate with attorneys in our healthcare services group to make certain we are providing the best possible advice to our healthcare clients. Many healthcare disputes involve regulatory or even political issues, and it is important to be aware of the other players, like a regulatory agency, that can have an impact on litigation strategy. We provide clients with a diversity and excellence of service that is based on a team approach.
I handle numerous disputes for healthcare clients before the Department of Health, Department of Education, Insurance Department, Department of Tax and Finance, in multiple mediations, in arbitrations before several providers, including the American Arbitration Association, American Health Lawyer Association, JAMS and the International Centre for Dispute Resolution and in state and federal courts.
I litigate a wide variety of commercial matters in other industries and have successfully handled product liability cases, trade secret, non-compete, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, securities disputes and all types of class actions.
Businesses in the healthcare industry are inundated with radical changes and constant pressure to do more with less. It is critical that healthcare providers have practical and cost efficient options for resolving disputes.
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
U.S. District Court, Western District of New York
U.S. District Court, Northern District of New York
U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas
Albany Law School of Union University, J.D.
Siena College, B.A.
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