J. Daniel Hull Admitted To Who's Who In America
Pittsburgh/Washington, D.C., 7/16/1999 - J.
Daniel Hull, a founder and chairman of the Pennsylvania-based law firm
Hull McGuire PC, has been admitted to the general edition of Who's Who In
America (54th ed.). Who's Who was first published in 1899 by
Albert Nelson Marquis, who selected 8,602 people to appear in that volume. It
has remained a selective collection of biographies of Americans whose
positions of responsibility or significant achievement give their careers
a high reference value.
Dan Hull was born in Washington, D.C. and was raised in
Michigan, Illinois and Ohio. He graduated in 1971 from
Cincinnati's Indian Hill High School (Senior Class President), in 1975
from Duke University (B.A. History, with honors, and Duke Public Policy
Science Institute), and in 1978 from the University of Cincinnati's
College of Law. In law school, he was a Member and later
Student Articles Editor of the Cincinnati Law Review.
Before entering private practice in 1981, he served as
Legislative Assistant in the U.S. Congress in Washington, D.C. to Senator
Gaylord Nelson (D-Wis.) and Representative Bill Gradison (R-Ohio) in the
areas of health, environment and energy. He joined the former
firm Rose, Schmidt and Dixon as an associate in 1981, and was a partner in
its Washington, D.C. and Pittsburgh offices between 1988 and 1992,
concentrating on environmental law and related litigation.
On March 17, 1992, he founded the multi-disciplinary
corporate law firm now known as Hull McGuire PC for the purpose of
focusing on seven practice areas: international corporate planning and
transactions, taxation, intellectual property, complex business
litigation, employment practices, environmental and natural resources, and
legislation (lobbying). Hull McGuire is the Western
Pennsylvania member of the International
Business Law Consortium (IBLC)
in Salzburg, Austria, an invitation-only group of 80 law and accounting
Mr. Hull's own practice focuses on regulatory, intellectual
property and complex business litigation. He is licensed and
practices in several states and before numerous federal and state courts
and agencies. He is a member of the Washington, D.C., Maryland
and Pennsylvania bar associations, and the Duke and Tara clubs.
Mr. Hull, 46, lives in San Diego, California with Linda A.
Williams. He is Vice-Chair of the Rancho Bernardo Planning
Board, a land use and transportation advisory body chartered by the City
of San Diego. He frequently publishes articles and speaks on
the subjects of business litigation, environmental law and the profession
of law, and has published three law review articles on the subject of
His parents, John D. Hull, a retired Procter & Gamble
Company executive, and Arlene Reemer Hull, a former fashion model, live in
Cincinnati, Ohio and Marco Island, Florida.