About Daniel H Erskine
Daniel H. Erskine, a New York and Connecticut admitted attorney and solicitor of England and Wales, represents U.S. individuals, companies, joint ventures, foreign businesses, and foreign nationals on complex legal matters under US and UK law concerning general corporate matters, sale of goods and services transactions, executive and general employment matters for public and private companies, gen... read more »
Daniel H. Erskine, a New York and Connecticut admitted attorney and solicitor of England and Wales, represents U.S. individuals, companies, joint ventures, foreign businesses, and foreign nationals on complex legal matters under US and UK law concerning general corporate matters, sale of goods and services transactions, executive and general employment matters for public and private companies, general service contracts for highly skilled personnel and craft labor workers, contract bid processes, union labor activities, and subcontractor arrangements (including special employment and employee leasing arrangements).
Mr. Erskine received his graduate legal training at The George Washington University Law School where he earned an LL.M. (or Master of Laws) in International and Comparative Law. As part of his LL.M. program, he studied International Human Rights and Refugee Law at New College, Oxford University in the summer of 2005. Mr. Erskine completed his undergraduate legal education at Suffolk University Law School where he earned his Juris Doctor degree. After earning a staff position on the Journal of High Technology Law, an honor board, Mr. Erskine was elected as the Content Editor of the Journal for the 2002-2003 publication cycle. Granted advanced standing and advanced placement, Mr. Erskine earned a bachelor’s degree with a double-major in political science and philosophy from Boston College in three years. Mr. Erskine also represented the College as a member of Men's Foil Squad on the school’s Division I Varsity Fencing Team.
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Attorney Erskine is an attorney licensed in New York and Connecticut as well as a solicitor in England and Wales with offices in Mount Vernon, New York, Westchester County & New Haven, Connecticut, New Haven County.
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|Intellectual Property Law||10.00%|
|Civil Trial Law||10.00%|
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|New York||Member in Good Standing||2004|
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