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Daniel Schenck is a corporate attorney with a focus on technology-related transactions. His work experience includes personally founding start-ups to Fortune 500 telecom management. He now serves as the outside general counsel for many of his clients, advising on key business matters.

Corporate Transactions

Daniel has significant transactional experience across multiple jurisdictions, including mergers and acquisitions (M&A), stock transactions, private securities offerings, supply chain, manufacturing, equipment purchases/leases, distribution, service agreements, and vendor agreements.


Daniel is a member of the firm’s technology team, assisting in transactions involving product development, procurement, licensing, distribution, outsourcing, supply chain, information technology (IT), vendor agreements, software as a service (SaaS), cloud computing, hosting, e-commerce, and confidentiality agreements.

Business Counseling

Daniel handles a full array of business matters for his clients, including entity formation, corporate governance, policies and procedures, labor and employment, market expansion, contract forms, and trade secrets. He assists clients in core transactions involving debt and equity financing and real estate purchases/leases. Daniel also manages his clients’ pre-litigation disputes by conducting claims analysis and, when advisable, settlement negotiations.


J.D., University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut, 2005
B.S., Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, 2001


Arizona Technology Council, Startup + Entrepreneurship Committee, Co-Chair (2014 to Present)

E-Commerce and Technology Section, State Bar of Arizona

Intellectual Property Section, State Bar of Arizona

Licensing Interest Group, Intellectual Property Section, State Bar of California

American Bar Association

Connecticut Urban Legal Initiative (2004-2005)

State Bar Licenses

Arizona, California, Nevada
  • Authored “The Next Step for Brownfields: Government Reinsurance of Environmental ‘Cleanup’ Policies,” 10 Conn. Ins. L.J. 401, 2004
  • Presented “HIPAA & the HITECH Act: What’s New, What’s Not, and Steps for Navigating the Future of Privacy and Security Rules” at National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs’ Northwest Regional Conference at Oregon State University – Cascades
  • Served on Expert Panel on “How to Sell Your Business/Exit Strategy” for Arizona Small Business Association’s AZSmallBizCon, in May 2016
  • Moderated “Protecting Your Assets Early” for Arizona Technology Council’s Startup ConnectAZ Conference, in December 2015
  • Presented “Internet & Cloud Legal Issues” for Arizona Small Business Association’s AZSmallBizCon, in May 2014
  • Moderated “eCommerce and SaaS Expert Panel” for Arizona Technology Council’s Startup ConnectAZ Conference, in December 2013
  • Presented “How Your Corporate Website Can Get You Into Hot Water” for Association of Corporate Counsel, Arizona Chapter, in November 2013