Seyfarth Shaw LLP announced today that Daniel E. Waldman has joined the firm’s International Employment Law practice group as a partner in New York.
Waldman has extensive international employment experience assisting multinational clients with their cross-border employment needs from day-to-day counseling, to complex multi-jurisdictional transactions. Waldman’s clients are comprised of international companies ranging from established start-ups to Fortune 100 companies across a large range of industries.
“Dan is a very highly credentialed international employment lawyer. His experience, capability and commercial approach is a perfect fit for our international employment practice. We are excited to welcome him to the team.” said Darren Gardner, chair of Seyfarth’s International Department.
Earlier in his career, Waldman served as Vice President and Assistant General Counsel for Employment Law and Litigation at a global financial services firm. He also previously served as Corporate Counsel Manager for Employment Law & Litigation at a leading international manufacturer of semiconductors. There, he established the in-house Employment Law and Litigation departments and managed all employment law and litigation cases globally.
“Dan has a proven track record of success in the international employment field and adds valued depth and bench strength to our outstanding practice in New York,” said Lorie Almon, co-managing partner of Seyfarth’s New York office. “As we continue to build our international employment law practice, we are thrilled to welcome a lawyer of Dan’s caliber.”
“Dan’s practice is a perfect complement to our international employment group and its successful cross-border service model. He is an excellent fit for the office, the practice and the firm,” said John Napoli, co-managing partner of Seyfarth’s New York office.
Waldman received his J.D. and M.B.A. in Human Resource Management, cum laude, from the University of Wisconsin. He earned a B.A. from the University of Rochester as part of its Political Science Honors Program.