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General Civil Litigation
Building Construction Disputes
Estate and Fiduciary Disputes
John Daniel has been a trial lawyer for more than 35 years. John represents businesses and individuals in a wide range of legal disputes with a concentration in business, commercial, and building construction matters.
John is a Charlotte native. He graduated from Myers Park High School in 1972 and from Rhodes College with Honors in 1976. He earned his M.S. and law degrees from American University in Washington, D.C. Following service as an Asst. District Attorney in Charlotte, he has been a general civil litigator for his entire career.
John has served on various local Bar committees. He was the Chairman of the Mecklenburg County Bar Law Library Committee. He has been a member of the Superior Court Civil Rules Committee and the Civil Litigation Section. He has been a member of the Permanent Judicial Commission of the Presbytery of Charlotte and an Elder at First Presbyterian Church of Charlotte. John has served the Charlotte area YMCA as Board Chairman of the Johnston Memorial Branch and as a member of the Metropolitan Community Development Committee. He is the past President of the Board of Directors of Presbyterian Psychological Services.
John has been recognized by his peers as a top lawyer in the fields of Commercial Litigation, Business Litigation, and Litigation – Construction by inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America, North Carolina Super Lawyers, and Business North Carolina's Legal Elite. He has the highest rating offered by the Martindale-Hubbell Legal Directory.
John enjoys tennis, fly-fishing, golf, lap-swimming, hiking, and just about any sporting activity. He has hiked the Appalachian Trail through North Carolina and is currently focusing on other trails located in western North Carolina. John and his wife Susan have three children.
What John's Clients Say...
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