Daniel Chan is an associate in Hughes Hubbard’s New York office, Litigation department.
Daniel has experience with antitrust litigation, employment litigation, and cross-border commercial arbitrations.
Daniel is also a member of the firm's Anti-Corruption and Internal Investigations practice group. He primarily advises Chinese clients on their MDB investigations and compliance related matters, including reviewing and drafting compliance programs, responding to inquiries and investigations from MDBs, and drafting of Applications for Release.
Prior to joining HHR, Daniel graduated from Sciences Po Law School and Columbia Law School and worked in the arbitration team at Herbert Smith Freehills in their Paris and Hong Kong offices.
Representation of Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corp. in connection with the purchase of a controlling interest in, and the subsequent sale of, Tao Group Hospitality, operator of more than 80 branded locations in over 20 markets across four continents, including the Tao, Marquee, Lavo, Avenue, The Stanton Social, Beauty & Essex and Avenue restaurants and nightclubs.