Daniel Strowe is a Partner at the firm with extensive experience in both business litigation and transactional matters. Daniel has advised and represented clients in business disputes, breach of contract actions, real estate and land use/zoning matters. He also assists clients with planning, forming and organizing business entities, as well as, securing state and local licenses, permits and certifications including any necessary alcoholic beverage licenses and food service permits.
Prior to joining Roberts Tate, Daniel was General Counsel for the Jekyll Island Authority where he advised the Board of Directors and executive staff of the Authority on all legal matters with a focus on the areas of land use/zoning, procurements and contracts. He also assisted the Authority by negotiating, structuring, and drafting lease agreements for numerous commercial projects on Jekyll Island resulting in the formation of public-private partnerships that contributed to the continued revitalization of Jekyll Island through the construction, renovation or development of multiple hotels, two planned residential housing communities and a retail shopping district.
Daniel began his legal career as an Assistant Attorney General with the Georgia Attorney General’s Office where he practiced in both the Commercial Transactions and Litigation Division and the Regulated Industries and Professions Division. During his public service, Daniel handled transactions and litigation involving the business, financial and property interests of state government, represented Georgia Boards and Commissions that issue professional licenses, and defended the constitutionality of state statutes and regulations in actions seeking declaratory and injunctive relief.
Daniel is admitted to practice law in Georgia state and superior courts, the Georgia Court of Appeals, and the Georgia Supreme Court, as well as before the United District Courts for the Northern, Middle, and Southern Districts of Georgia, and is a member of the Glynn County Bar Association.
Daniel received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his Juris Doctorate from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama.
Daniel, his wife, Ginny, and their two children, Miles and Charlotte, live on St. Simons Island.