Noun  |  kap.tus  |  ˈkäpt̪ʊs̠  A taking, a seizing


“If you can dream it, you can do it.” – Walt Disney

I am a big believer in the mantra, “hard work pays off.” My parents instilled that in my sisters and I as we pursued our passions growing up. They always encouraged us to dream big and chase our goals: “Just make sure to put in the work and stay humble. And more often than not, good things will happen.” Daniel J. Halperin

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Thank you to our clients and congratulations to our team for earning the distinction in the 2024 edition of The Best Law Firms in America!

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Our Sequor Law attorneys are true thought leaders and experts in their industry, so it is no surprise that they are invited to participate on esteemed panels and to engage in prominent events.


  • It was a busy week in Austin, TX in mid-October, with three of our attorneys attending multiple events. Leyza Florin Blanco and Nyana Abreu Miller were delighted to reconnect with their esteemed colleagues at IWIRC's 30th Annual Fall Conference. Leyza Florin Blanco also attended the American College of Bankruptcy’s Annual All Fellows Luncheon
  • To close out the event-filled visit, Gregory S. Grossman, Leyza Florin Blanco, and Nyana Abreu Miller attended the III Member and American College of Bankruptcy Joint Dinner and the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges Annual Meeting.
  • Fernando J. Menendez, Jr. attended the Insolvency Practitioners Association (IPA) Roadshow in London where he and Gavin Cunningham brought their specialized knowledge to the forefront, discussing the intricacies of global fraud, its impact on insolvency cases, and the tools available for fiduciaries to recover assets for the benefit of creditors. Their panel entitled Fraud without borders: what can the insolvency profession do for victims? offered insights and strategies for combating fraud across borders.
  • Another event-filled week took place in France, where Edward H. Davis, Jr. and Arnoldo B. Lacayo attended the ICC FraudNet Fall Meeting and the International Bar Association (IBA) Annual Conference
  • During the IBA conference, as former Chairs of the The Florida Bar International Law SectionEdward H. Davis, Jr. and Arnoldo B. Lacayo attended the signing of a cooperation agreement between the ILS and the Bar Council of England and Wales, at the invitation of current Chair Richard Montes de Oca. 
  • During the same trip, Edward H. Davis, Jr. delivered a captivating presentation on 'Till Divorce Do Us Part' at C5’s Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery Conference, where the synergy of historic venues with groundbreaking discussions on combating fraud made it an unforgettable experience. 

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Get to Know Daniel J. Halperin

What inspired you to pursue a law career?

My inspiration to pursue a legal career stemmed from a speech and debate class I took in high school. I really enjoyed the class and did very well. After that, I spoke with several lawyers about the profession and interned at a law firm during college. By the end of my sophomore year, I decided to attend law school.

What skills do you draw upon when it comes to your specific practice areas?

My passion for insolvency work stems from a bankruptcy course taught by Patricia Redmond at the University of Miami School of Law. After that class, I knew that bankruptcy was for me and really focused on that area of the law for the remainder of law school (or at least as much I could). I authored several articles focused on insolvency issues and competed in a bankruptcy moot court competition. I also interned at a private equity firm to work with its portfolio of distressed mezzanine loans and worked on bankruptcy matters as a summer associate.

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