Daniel W. Sheerin
Daniel Sheerin is an associate in the corporate department, focusing on corporate finance and securities, intellectual property, and entertainment and media transactions.
He has worked on various business to business transactions, including master services agreements and licensing arrangements, as well as asset purchase agreements, convertible debt offerings, offering materials, governance documents and the issuance and redemption of equity interests for entities in a number of markets, including digital media, technology, advertising, food and beverage, wellness and recovery, fashion and real estate, and for other entrepreneurial ventures. In addition, he has provided copyright and trademark guidance to clients in the music, film and television industries.
Daniel has co-authored articles appearing in national media outlets, including Bloomberg’s Electronic Commerce & Law Report.
Prior to joining Raines Feldman LLP, Daniel interned at Maker Studios (The Walt Disney Company) and the Cape and Islands District Attorney’s Office in Massachusetts. Before law school, he worked in the real estate finance department of a Magic Circle firm’s New York office and for a prominent Manhattan real estate developer.
At Fordham University School of Law, Daniel received the Archibald R. Murray Public Service Award magna cum laude; the Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal published his note on copyright in the motion picture industry; he was an interschool competitor in labor and employment law for the Brendan Moore Trial Advocacy Center; he provided pro bono legal services for emergent designers through the Fashion Law Institute; he served on the board of the Media and Entertainment Law Society; and he earned the top grade in Copyright Law. In his visiting year at UCLA Law, he earned the top grade in Negotiation Theory and Practice and served as a mentor in the Law Fellows program.
J.D., Fordham University School of Law
B.A., Tufts University