Daniel Foodman is an experienced trial attorney with a broad range of experience who is well-qualified to try a variety of cases along multiple disciplines. Mr. Foodman, a former state prosecutor in Miami-Dade County, is rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest recognition given for professional excellence, skills and integrity. Mr. Foodman is also a certified public accountant (CPA).
Mr. Foodman’s practice areas include civil and criminal litigation, international arbitration, Whistleblower Award Claims, financial and regulatory compliance, taxation (civil and criminal tax defense), adversary bankruptcy litigation, contracts and shareholder transactions, and family law. He utilizes his law enforcement and investigative experience and his background in accounting and taxation to create innovative legal strategies for clients in litigation and compliance matters.
His breadth of civil litigation experience includes cases involving fraud, breach of contract, trade secrets, trademark and copyright infringement, shareholder derivative disputes, accounting malpractice, tortious interference, cyberfraud, construction, insurance, and divorce, among others.
Mr. Foodman is a former Commission Member of the Southern District of Florida Federal Judicial Nominating Commission. He is a current member of a Florida Bar Grievance Committee for the Eleventh Circuit, and a former Chair of a Florida Bar Grievance Committee for the Eleventh Circuit. He is also an Arbitrator for the Energy Disputes Arbitration Center.