Daniel P. Meyer

Daniel P.Meyer - Senior Counsel


Contact Info

Email: dmeyer@darroweverett.com

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Bar Admissions:

  • Massachusetts
  • Rhode Island


  • Roger Williams University School of Law, J.D.
  • Saint Michael’s College, B.A., Psychology

Senior Counsel


Daniel P. Meyer is Of Counsel in DarrowEverett’s Commercial Real Estate and Corporate and Business Transactions Practice Groups. Dan’s practice focuses on all aspects of commercial real estate and business transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, private equity and securities, joint ventures and strategic partnerships, equity and debt financings, and the capitalization, development, asset management, and disposition of a wide range of complex commercial real estate assets. He also has extensive experience advising venture capital and real estate private equity clients about fund inception and capitalization, the acquisition and disposition of portfolio assets, and their ongoing regulatory and securities compliance needs. In addition, Dan represents clients in various industries, including renewable energy, commercial real estate, manufacturing, hospitality, health care, commercial lending and structured finance, technology and software, and retail and service sectors.

Prior Experience

Prior to joining the DarrowEverett team, Dan worked as an associate attorney for three highly regarded Providence based firms where he was a member of their commercial real estate, corporate, and private equity practice groups.

Related Practices:


  • American Bar Association
  • International Council of Shopping Centers
  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Rhode Island Bar Association

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