Daniel Crook is an attorney with HunterMaclean’s commercial real estate and corporate practice groups. He practices in the area of commercial real estate transactions and corporate law. Daniel advises clients and has extensive experience in property development and construction, sales and acquisitions, the representation of borrower and lenders in secured transactions, and leasing transactions. He represents companies in all aspects of the development of industrial and commercial real property; the negotiation, documentation, and closing of sales; acquisitions and financing of commercial properties; and the negotiation and documentation of lease transactions and lending transactions involving leased property.
Daniel also practices in the area of business mergers and acquisitions and represents all types of businesses in the creation of business entities, preparation of operating and shareholder agreements, and structuring for liability protection and tax planning.
Daniel earned his J.D. and LL.M. in Taxation from Northwestern University School of Law, where he served as the senior editor for the Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business. Before attending law school, Daniel graduated with highest honors from Georgia Institute of Technology. Daniel previously served as president and later vice president of the board for Quantum, Inc.