Dan is a franchise, licensing and distribution attorney who represents clients in all aspects of franchise and distribution law. His practice focuses on franchise structuring and development, preparation of franchise disclosure documents and agreements, franchise registrations and exemptions, franchise relations, franchise compliance, franchise avoidance, international franchising, mergers and acquisitions of franchise systems, distributorships and licensing. Dan represents both franchisor and franchisee clients, although his practice predominantly involves the representation of franchisor clients. Prior to forming Warshawsky Seltzer, PLLC in 2013, Dan practiced franchise law at Greenberg Traurig (7 years) and Weiss Brown (2 years).
J.D., summa cum laude, University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, 2002
Order of the Coif
Arizona Law Review, Staff Writer (2000-01), Managing Editor (2001-02)
Honorable Mention; Outstanding Appellant Brief—Moot Court Competition
Graduate Tuition Merit Scholarship
Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity, Member
B.A., Economics and Environmental Studies, University of Colorado at Boulder, 1999
Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society, Member
Golden Key National Honor Society, Member
University of Colorado Kittredge Honors Program
Dan practices in the Scottsdale office offices of Sandman Savrann’s Associated Firm, Warshawsky Seltzer, PLLC.