Daniel R. Paluch is an experienced litigator, with a record of success representing businesses and individuals in complex litigation matters in state and federal court. His multi-faceted expertise covers torts, breach of contract cases, finance and lender liability disputes, residential and commercial real estate matters, intellectual property claims, consumer protection matters, family law, and trusts and estates controversies. Daniel is also among the nation’s most experienced Property Assessed Clean Energy (“PACE”) financing litigators, having personally handled in excess of eighty PACE-related cases on behalf of PACE financing providers and their government partners.
In addition to serving his clients as a litigator, Daniel has experience advising myriad businesses on how to minimize regulatory, enforcement, and litigation risk. In this capacity, Daniel has successfully helped consumer and commercial lenders, banks, short-term rental platforms, data brokers, consumer goods manufacturers, pharmaceuticals companies, healthcare providers, and other companies adjust their internal processes and procedures to avoid adverse regulatory actions and address other legal risks.
Daniel began his practice at a large, international law firm representing clients in complex litigation matters. He received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law, where he served on the staff of the Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal. Daniel received his B.A. in Political Science-Economics from Columbia University.
Prior to practicing law, Daniel worked as an economic forecaster for a large international brokerage firm and as a software developer for several startups in the Los Angeles area.
Daniel is fluent in German.