Dan’s practice involves litigation and dispute resolution, with an emphasis on public procurement law from local to federal levels. Additionally, he has experience handling bid protest actions with designated hearing examiners as well as procurement matters for school boards.
Outside of work, Dan enjoys hillwalking in north Wales where he lives with his family and is also an accomplished singer specializing in early music and liturgical settings.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Hanlon will be dearly missed by his family and friends.
He held the presidentship of the Charles C. Papy Jr. Moot Court Board, competing in numerous national competitions where he received top awards. Additionally, he worked as research teaching assistant and member of the University of Miami Law Review.
Hanlon’s practice encompasses public and private procurement litigation at both local and state levels of government, including bid protest actions before designated hearing examiners. Additionally, he has extensive experience defending state procurement cases filed in state court.
He leaves behind his wife, Karen; daughters Denise Hanlon (and husband William) of Andover, New Hampshire; John Hanlon and wife Christina from Lynn; and Daniel Hanlon from Hooksett, New Hampshire – as well as 7 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.
Daniel Hanlon is an attorney in Florida specializing in government procurement and litigation. His practice encompasses bid protest actions before designated hearing examiners as well as state court proceedings arising from local procurements.
John Hanlon and Jacqueline Hanlon of Chelsea raised him, attending local schools before graduating from Chelsea High School.
He enjoys traveling with his family and participating in various sports activities in his free time, as well as singing chant and early music liturgical chorales in North Wales, where hillwalking is one of his hobbies. Additionally, he belongs to a number of Welsh choirs, whereas cycling remains his passion – an avid and experienced amateur cyclist is his second hobby!
Daniel Hanlon offers high net worth individuals, executives and private family groups comprehensive wealth management. He specialises in taxation, legal and commercial advice as well as making sure clients comply with their obligations.
He possesses extensive expertise in procurement issues with federal agencies such as the U.S. General Services Administration, Department of Veterans Affairs and Small Business Administration. Additionally, he is widely experienced in bid protest actions at Florida Division of Administrative Hearings as well as any subsequent state court actions brought as a result of these proceedings.
As well as his private client practice, Mr. Miller manages the firm’s natural resources group and has extensive litigation and counseling experience within this discipline. He has worked on matters regarding groundwater contamination, wetland management, endangered species protection and permitting processes.
Achievement and Honors
Hanlon held many administrative and academic leadership roles while at the university, including associate vice chancellor for Extended Education and Dean of Teachers College. Additionally, he oversaw its re-accreditation efforts.
Hanlon has conducted research in symplectic geometry, an area of mathematics. Together with colleague Daniel Dore from Princeton University, he published an article detailing an innovative result in topological sphere theory.
Hanlon currently specializes in immigration law and represents clients in areas including green card applications, employment-based visas, deportation defense and treaty trading. An active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association based out of Pasadena California; The Hanlon Award established by GPA Midstream dates back to 1937 is one of his greatest accolades and honors.
Daniel provides wealth creation strategies for high net worth individuals, executives and private family groups alike. Additionally, he specializes in taxation and superannuation advice – he holds both professional designations – Chartered Accountant (CA), Chartered Tax Advisor and is also compliant with RG146 requirements so he is capable of offering expert superannuation advice.
He has experience representing clients before the Florida Division of Administrative Hearings in bid protest proceedings and state court actions arising from local procurements, and handling procurement matters at both city and county levels of government including school board procurements.
He is the beloved husband of Ruth C. Hanlon of Hooksett, New Hampshire and esteemed father to Cortney Johnson and William of Andover NH; John Hanlon with wife Christina of Lynn; and Daniel Hanlon Jr of Boscawen NH; as well as an amazing grandfather to seven grandchildren.