Daniel Carmeli represents clients across a variety of legal issues, with particular focus on environmental, energy, construction and financial matters. He has been part of defense teams for weeks- and months-long trials relating to federal enforcement actions, citizen suits, and commercial disputes. Daniel advises clients on regulatory matters, highlighting potential legal risks and helping them to make crucial business decisions. He also advises on administrative procedures connected to permitting, approvals, and other governmental notifications.
Daniel has served as an adjunct professor at the Duquesne University School of Law, where he taught oil and gas and environmental law. During law school, he served as a clerk on the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania for two summers – for Judge Rochelle S. Friedman and Judge Patricia A. McCullough. Prior to attending law school, Daniel worked on international microgeneration and natural resource management projects. He also developed and operated a business that imported and sold goods from the regions in which he worked. He has a bachelor’s degree in atmospheric sciences.
Cornell University, 2006, B.S.
University of Pittsburgh School of Law, 2012, J.D., Magna Cum Laude
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania