Daniel Syracuse is a Board-Certified Orthopedic Surgeon
Daniel Syracuse is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in knee and shoulder trauma/reconstruction as well as sports medicine/arthroscopy services.
Former Williamsville South High School track coach Dan Syracuse of Town of Tonawanda will spend one year behind bars after pleading guilty on July 8 to endangering the welfare of children and giving up his New York State teaching licenses.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Syracuse achieved All-Central New York accolades while in high school, both for hockey and basketball teams as well as track and field participation. Following graduation from Corcoran he attended Onondaga Community College as an undergraduate.
After graduating with honors from Harvard Business School in 1968 and being drafted into the U.S. Navy later that same year, he enrolled at Harvard Business School to study transportation economics.
In 2015, he exchanged sexually explicit texts and images with a juvenile via a social media application, later pleading guilty to endangering the welfare of a child and surrendering his teaching licenses. Since then he has regularly provided NIL panel presentations at Temple Sports Business Conference as well as discussed its issues on sports law podcasts.
Dan’s practice encompasses an expansive spectrum of civil litigation. He represents clients before state and federal courts at every stage, such as investigations, discovery requests, pretrial motions and trials.
He frequently addresses legal issues associated with college athletics’ name, image and likeness rights. He has lectured at Temple Sports Business Conference and Syracuse Law’s Entertainment and Sports Law Society Symposium as well as providing discussions of the emerging NIL landscape on various podcasts dedicated to sports law.
McNamara earned four first-team All-BIG EAST Conference selections and holds school records for most 3-pointers made during a season (107) and career (408). Today he co-hosts Centers of Attention on ESPN Radio Syracuse which features former Syracuse players and coaches.
Achievement and Honors
The United States Navy Memorial Foundation recently honored Daniel D’Aniello of Syracuse University Life Trustee status with its 2016 Lone Sailor Award, given annually to recognize Sea Service veterans who have overcome great adversities to achieve personal success and help their communities.
Dan finds great satisfaction in building community around science of science and research integrity, co-organizing both the Summer School on Science of Science and the Computational Research Integrity conference.
He currently sits on the board of trustees of the New York State Bar Association and on its executive committee for Moot Court Honor Society, while also helping raise funds for Our Time Has Come Scholarship (which supports students with unmet financial need) in his community. Furthermore, both Gayle and John support Syracuse University’s National Veterans Resource Center as a charity organization.
D’Aniello earned his master of arts degree at Syracuse University and joined Beta Gamma Sigma fraternity before enrolling at Harvard Business School and later being honored as Teagle Foundation Fellow during 1974 graduation.
D’Aniello serves as a trustee for Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs as well as being on its Board of Trustees, which is managed by American Enterprise Institute.
Formerly, he worked as an Assistant U.S. Attorney where he handled cases involving drug and firearms trafficking, fraud, public corruption and smuggling. Additionally, he served as law clerk at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York as well as being Executive Assistant to Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan.
Daniel Carlyle is the Founder and Chairman of Board for Carlyle Group, an American private equity firm. With a net worth estimated at $2.8 billion, Daniel was born in Butler Pennsylvania. After attending Syracuse University where he graduated magna cum laude, he attended Harvard Business School to obtain his MBA. Before co-founding Carlyle Group with William Conway Jr and David Rubenstein.
He has extensive expertise in real estate financing and development, acquisitions, commercial transactions and leasing arrangements as well as venture capital. Additionally, he advises clients on mitigating litigation risk.
Dan has presented on the topic of name, image and likeness issues in college athletics at both Temple Sports Business Conference and Syracuse Law’s Entertainment and Sports Law Society Symposium.