Daniel Sarzynski works with his clients across a number of our practice areas, including banking and collections law, construction law, corporate law, and business litigation.
Across his practices, he brings a thorough approach to partnerships with clients—including banks, credit unions, developers, architects, contractors, and other businesses—to address the diverse needs that come up in these areas. He brings special expertise to each topic, including: collections, mortgage foreclosures, workouts, liquidations, bankruptcies, and regulatory compliance (for banking and collections clients); contract negotiations, mechanic’s liens, surety bond claims, bid disputes, delay and impact claims, and other payment and performance claims (for construction law clients); and entity formation, mergers and acquisitions, non-compete agreements, labor and employment issues, evictions, and commercial transactions (for his business law clients).
Dan also has extensive experience representing clients in state and federal court, as well as in mediation and arbitration hearings. He’s a frequent writer and speaker on topics of special interest, including debt collection, mortgage foreclosures, bankruptcy, and all aspects of construction law.
Hamilton College, cum laude
State University of New York at Buffalo Law School, J.D.
United States District Courts and Bankruptcy Courts for all Districts of New York
United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Past Chair, Erie County Bar Association Commercial & Bankruptcy Law Committee
Past President, Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA), Niagara Frontier Chapter
Member, Construction Exchange of Buffalo and Western New York
Member, Turnaround Management Association
Board of Directors, WNY United Against Drug & Alcohol Abuse
Alumnus, Leadership Buffalo, Class of 2010
Member, Erie County Bar Association