Daniel S. Herder
Daniel Herder assists clients in the environment and energy space with matters related to litigation, corporate transactions, and employment.
Daniel gained valuable experience by completing an externship with Honorable Jon Thompson at the Arizona Court of Appeals and an externship with the Governor’s Regulatory Review Council. Additionally, he was a law clerk at the Arizona Supreme Court, Administrative Office of the Courts. While pursuing his undergraduate degrees, he interned with the Federal Communications Commission’s Office of Strategic Policy Analysis and Planning.
Daniel was awarded the Donald and Marie Isaacson Scholarship and the Consular Corps of Arizona Governor’s Scholarship to attend Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. In law school, he earned CALI awards for the top grade in both Government Relations and International Relations Law, while serving as Managing Editor of the Arizona State Law Journal and as Research Assistant for a constitutional law professor.
State Bar Licenses
- “A New Kind of Covid Immunity: Here’s What You Need To Know About Arizona’s New Law Protecting Businesses From Covid Lawsuits,” April 8, 2021
- “The Regulatory Lines Between Vaping and Cigarettes Are About to Narrow Again—Here’s What You Need to Know About the Updated PACT Act,” Ryley Carlock & Applewhite Article, March 2021
- “Arizona Supreme Court Establishes Factors to Distinguish Home Improvement Loans from Construction Loans When Considering Anti-Deficiency Protection,” Ryley Carlock & Applewhite Legal Alert, September 2020
- “The COVID-19 Pandemic and Your Company’s Corporate Disclosures: Key Takeaways from the SEC’s Recently Issued Guidance,” Ryley Carlock & Applewhite Article, April 2020
- “Healthy Habits for You and Your Company: File Your Annual Reports, Replace Your Air Filters, and Renew Your DMCA Agent Registration,” Ryley Carlock & Applewhite, February 2020