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Daniel M. Laub

Land Use & Zoning, Telecommunications

Dan is an Associate with the firm's Land Use & Zoning and Telecommunications departments. His practice includes traditional land use and wireless telecommunications siting, environmental law and all related matters.

Prior to joining Cuddy & Feder in 2005, Dan had an externship with the Honorable Justice Sondra Miller of the New York State Appellate Division, Second Department and worked as a part-time research assistant with Pace University's Edwin G. Michaelian Municipal Law Resource Center. He was Editor-in-Chief of the Pace International Law Review (2004-2005), and also oversaw publication of the Review of the Convention on Contracts for the International Sales of Goods (CISG).

Before pursuing a career, he helped develop and organize the Japan Society's corporate programs, which focused on international business and political and security issues. This position stemmed from an earlier experience teaching English in a Japanese high school as part of the Japanese Exchange and Teaching (JET) program. Dan was also a program instructor with the Close Up Foundation teaching government and civics in Washington D.C. to high school students from all over the United States.


  • State of Connecticut
  • State of New York

Professional Associations

  • American Bar Association
  • New York State Bar Association
  • Westchester County Bar Association

Selected Publications/Presentations

  • Orange County Planning Federation Training Program for Planning and Zoning Board members; Lecturer, May 2010
  • "Wireless Facilities, Zoning and the FCC’s 'Shot Clock' Ruling", NYSBA Municipal Lawyer, Winter 2010, Vol. 24, No.1


  • Pace University School of Law, J.D., Environmental Law Certificate, cum laude; 2005
  • Boston University, B.A., magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa; 1996


Dan enjoys skiing, hiking, fishing and golf. Originally from the Catskill Mountains in New York, he has spent a good deal of time living abroad in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Japan. Dan credits his unique travel experiences for his interest in land use and development issues.