Daniel R. Lam
Daniel R. Lam concentrates his practice in the areas of securities regulation, corporate governance and finance, and real estate finance.
Daniel has experience in registered and exempt securities offerings, including equity and debt issuances for companies traded on the NYSE and NASDAQ, and exempt private offerings for start-up companies and private funds.
Daniel also works with clients on corporate governance issues as well as various internal, operational, and transactional business matters for both SEC-reporting companies, and closely-held corporations, LLCs, and partnerships.
Prior to joining Goodsill, Daniel worked at a prominent corporate law firm in Omaha, Nebraska that represented a number of Fortune 500 companies, where he clerked for two years before working there as an attorney.
During law school, Daniel served as Lead Articles Editor for the Creighton Law Review and earned eight CALI Excellence for the Future Awards for achieving the highest grades in (i) Securities Regulation; (ii) Taxation of Business Enterprises; (iii) UCC Article 9 Secured Transactions; (iv) Bankruptcy I; (v) Financial Statement Analysis; (vi) International Law; (vii) Environmental & Natural Resources Law; and (viii) Legal Research & Writing III, and he received the 2014 Medal of Excellence in Bankruptcy Law from the American Bankruptcy Institute.
Daniel was born and raised in Honolulu and is a graduate of Punahou School. After receiving his undergraduate degree, Daniel lived and worked in Japan for five years before entering law school.
In his free time, Daniel enjoys spending time with his family and playing golf.
Creighton University School of Law, J.D., 2014 (magna cum laude)
Gonzaga University, B.A., 2006
Admitted to Practice
- State Courts of Hawaii
- U.S. District Court of Hawaii
Memberships and Affiliations
American Bar Association
Hawai‘i State Bar Association
Hawai‘i Venture Capital Association