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Mach, Daniel

Daniel Mach

Associate

danielmach@quinnemanuel.com
Direct Tel: +1 212-849-7066
New York
Tel: +1 212 849 7000 Fax: +1 212 849 7100

Dan Mach joined Quinn Emanuel as an associate in the firm’s New York office in 2015. He is experienced in both trial and appellate litigation, including matters involving complex commercial, environmental, administrative, and employment law, energy regulation, oil & gas disputes, structured finance, and land use. He has appeared and argued in state and federal courts, the New York Public Service Commission, private arbitration, and various regulatory agencies.  Before joining the firm, Dan clerked for the Honorable F. Dennis Saylor IV of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts and for the Honorable Susan P. Graber of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. ​

  • Harvard Law School
    (J.D., cum laude, 2011)
  • Harvard College
    (A.B., magna cum laude, Classics, 2007)
The State Bar of New York
  • Law Clerk to the Hon. Susan P. Graber:
    • United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, 2012-2013
  • Law Clerk to the Hon. F. Dennis Saylor IV:
    • United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, 2011-2012
  • Environmental Law: Developments in the Law of SEQRA, 2013–14 Survey of New York
    Law, co-authored with Mark A. Chertok, 65 SYRACUSE L. REV. 749 (2015).
  • The Treatment of Climate Change Issues in Environmental Impact Assessment Procedures
    Under States’ “Little NEPAs”, presentation co-authored with Mark A. Chertok (2014).
  • Environmental Law: Developments in the Law of SEQRA, 2012–13 Survey of New York
    Law, co-authored with Mark A. Chertok, 64 SYRACUSE L. REV. 717 (2014).
  • Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop: Criminal Prosecution for Environmental Acts, coauthored
    with Daniel Riesel, SV027 ALI-CLE 193 (Feb. 5, 2014).
  • Rules Without Reasons: The Diminishing Role of Statutory Policy and Equitable
    Discretion in the Law of NEPA Remedies, 35 HARV. ENVTL. L. REV. 205 (2011).