Daniel S. Gold received a Bachelor of Arts (Magna Cum Laude) from Concordia University in 1977 and his LL.B. from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1980.
He was admitted to the Bar of Ontario in 1982 and practices primarily in the area of commercial real estate law. He has broad experience in the purchase, sale, financing and leasing of commercial and residential real estate, including development lands, shopping centres, apartment buildings and subdivisions; extensive involvement with various investment and ownership vehicles including joint venture, co-ownership, co-operative, limited partnership, and condominium, and the enforcement of security including power of sale and foreclosure. He has delivered a number of seminars and addresses and has written papers on issues of interest to landlords, property owners and business executives.
Mr. Gold also serves as a mediator in private and public sector disputes. He has been appointed as mediator in numerous collective bargaining situations conducted in both French and English between Treasury Board of Canada and union and professional groups including Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC), Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada, and the Professional Association of the Foreign Service Officers and by the Ministry of Labour as a mediator under the Labour Relations Act (Ontario). Mr. Gold has served as facilitator/trainer in mediation workshops. He is a Roster Mediator, Ontario Mandatory Mediation Program, Toronto.