Daniel Radthorne’s practice focuses on construction law, commercial litigation and government contracts. He engages in comprehensive, in-depth legal research that facilitates novel solutions to complex problems. Previously, he served as a criminal enforcement intern for the Transportation Security Administration’s Office of the Chief Counsel where he investigated cutting-edge issues in privacy law and criminal procedure. His projects included a primer on jurisdictional variation in weapons classification which was disseminated to every TSA Field Counsel attorney in the United States.
Publications & Presentations
- Co-author, “Change is Eminent: Recent Ruling Represents Major Shift in Alaska Condemnation Law,” The Alaska Contractor Magazine, Spring 2017
- Author, Washington Section, 2015-2016 Construction Law Update, ABA Forum on Construction Law, 2017
- Author, “ASBCA Opens the Door to Contractors Seeking Monetary Damages for Unfair CPARS Reviews,” Procurement Playbook, January 4, 2017