Daniel T. Rodriguez

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Admitted to bar, 2013, Virginia

Education: College of Charleston (B.A. Philosophy, 2007), George Mason University School of Law (J.D. cum laude, 2013).

Membership: Virginia State Bar, Construction Law Section, Hispanic Bar Association of DC, Fairfax Bar Association.

Experience: 2013-2017, Associate – Watt, Tieder, Hoffar & Fitzgerald, LLP 2017-Present, Of Counsel, Cohen Mohr, LLP.

Mr. Rodriguez’s practice consists of representing clients in commercial and government contracts litigation conducted in state and federal courts as well as confidential mediations and domestic and international arbitrations.

Matters represented include construction of various power plants (nuclear, fluidized bed) urban light rail systems, other large-scale construction matters and disputes related to design defects, critical path delay and contractual indemnification. Mr. Rodriguez also has experience representing prime contractors in trial regarding teaming agreement disputes with regard to large federal technology contracts.

Mr. Rodriguez’s litigation experience spans the entire scope of a dispute from initial discovery to trial. He has extensive experience coordinating and managing e-discovery processing and production.

Additionally, Mr. Rodriguez specializes in international arbitration, including representation of a client during the initiation of an ICC arbitration. He has extended this expertise through teaching and coaching various law students and practitioners in the Middle East, North Africa and Afghanistan as related to the Willem C. Vis International Moot.

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