Founder of Kokhba Law
Daniel is the founder of Kokhba Law, located in New York, and has practiced law in the area of art law and commercial transactions since 2004. Daniel has litigated high profile cases in state and federal courts in New York and New Jersey as well as domestic and international arbitrations. He advises art clients including art galleries, collectors, art fund managers, investors and artists. Daniel seeks to resolve problems quickly and efficiently applying pragmatism and focusing on clients' best interests.
Daniel has authored a series of articles in the area of art law and advises art industry actors on best practices for art transactions and related employment and business operations. Given his litigation background, as outside general counsel, Daniel focuses on keeping clients out of litigation wherever possible.
Daniel Was a Name partner at Kantor, Davidoff, Mandelker, Twomey, Gallanty & Kokhba, P.C. before founding his law practice.
Daniel is admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey.
His educational background includes a Juris Doctorate from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (2003) and a Bachelor of Arts from Columbia College, Columbia University (2000)
Daniel speaks Spanish, Hebrew, and is conversational in French.