Dan K. Siegel is a partner specializing in real estate, contract negotiation, and municipal law. He has been practicing in Menlo Park since 1992. Dan’s real estate practice involves negotiating and drafting documents and counseling clients regarding commercial and residential purchase and sale agreements and leases. In the area of construction, Dan represents homeowners, developers, contractors, subcontractors and architects in every step of the process, including negotiation and contract formation. In addition to negotiating construction and real estate contracts, he also regularly reviews and negotiates business and employment contracts. Dan also analyzes property tax assessments and files appeals on behalf of property owners. In the area of municipal law, Dan has served as an assistant to the City Attorney for the City of Menlo Park since 1994, as District Counsel for the Los Altos Hills County Fire District since 2013, as an assistant to the Town Attorney for the Town of Portola Valley since 1996, and as Interim City Attorney for Morgan Hill from 2004 to 2006 and again in 2008.
Dan obtained his law degree from the Cornell University in 1992 and his Bachelor of Arts degree, with honors, from the University of California Berkeley in 1989. He was a past president of the San Mateo County Legal Aid Society and is a member of the State Bar of California and the San Mateo County Bar Association (Municipal Law Section).