Daniel J. L. Kacinski
New York University School of Law, J.D.
London School of Economics and Political Science, M.Sc. with Honors
University of Southern California, B.A.
Southern District of New York
Eastern District of New York
Co-author, Self-reporting bribery: the ongoing dilemma, PLC Magazine (Aug. 2018).
Co-author, Quantitative methods in advocacy oriented human rights research, Research Methods in Human Rights: A Handbook (2017)
Daniel Kacinski is a litigator with experience in complex commercial, white collar and regulatory matters. He has represented corporations and individuals in high-stakes civil and criminal matters, and has particular experience with investigations by state and federal regulators. Daniel also represents individuals and non-profit organizations in pro bono matters involving civil liberties, constitutional law, and human rights.
Prior to joining Dontzin Nagy & Fleissig, Daniel was an associate in the New York office of a global law firm, where he was a member of the team representing a United States Senator in a federal bribery and corruption trial, leading to a mistrial and dismissal of all charges. He also previously served as an investigator for the Office of the Inspector General of The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. In that capacity, he conducted complex financial fraud and corruption investigations, yielding multimillion-dollar recoveries for programs fighting those diseases. He is also a Certified Fraud Examiner (“CFE”).