Daniel Culicover Joins AGC of Washington’s Construction Leadership Council
Mon Mar 9, 2020
Daniel Culicover was selected to serve on the steering committee of the AGC of Washington Construction Leadership Council. The Council develops the next generation of construction leaders through education, philanthropy and social efforts to endure the future success of our industry. AGC of Washington recognized the need for a forum that focuses on next-generation leaders, and the importance for the next generation of leaders to develop and prepare themselves for the future challenges of the industry.
Dan is a recent transplant to Seattle and worked for an AmLaw-200 firm in Columbus, Ohio where he worked in commercial litigation and multi-state class actions. While in Columbus, he devoted substantial time to his pro bono practice representing tenants in eviction matters and debtors in credit card collection actions as a volunteer attorney with the Columbus Legal Aid Society. At Oles Morrison, Dan counsels his clients on construction litigation matters and bid protests. General contractors and subcontractors value his solution-oriented approach in resolving high profile construction disputes while federal government contractors appreciate his attention to detail in resolving bid protests quickly and effectively. Dan has a track-record of success: he successfully represented a paving contractor in a minority business bid protest.