Daniel Stabile is a partner in the Miami office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Business Litigation and Financial Services Practice Groups. The firm’s Financial Services Practice Group has been recognized by Chambers USA as a Band 1 banking and financial practice area since its first publication.
In the financial services arena, Daniel concentrates his practice in the area of regulatory investigations and enforcement proceedings. He has represented numerous financial institutions (and other entities) in internal and governmental/SRO investigations, as well as related enforcement proceedings, civil litigation, and arbitration. Daniel has been – or currently is – involved in the representation of:
Daniel also advises clients operating in the distributed ledger and virtual currency spaces with respect to regulatory issues. He speaks regularly on such issues in various forums. In addition, Daniel serves as the Co-Chairman of the Innovations Committee of the Florida International Bankers Association. He also authors the weekly Virtual Currency and Blockchain regulation Newsletter, which is distributed to regulators, virtual currency businesses, and entrepreneurs involved in the space.
In the litigation arena, Daniel concentrates his practice on class action defense and complex commercial litigation. He has experience handling matters in federal trial and appellate courts in Florida and various forums throughout the country, and he has been published in academic and trade journals on the issue of class action defense. Daniel has been – or currently is – involved in the representation of:
Additionally, Daniel serves as the Volunteer Attorney Supervisor for LegalLink, a program of the non-profit arts organization Cannonball, which provides pro bono legal assistance for artists and arts organizations in Florida. He has provided legal assistance to large non-profit arts organizations, such as the Perez Art Museum Miami.
Prior to joining Shutts, Daniel practiced in the New York office of an international law firm. During law school, he worked at the United States Department of Justice.