Daniel Greene

Daniel S. Greene, Esq. is a licensed attorney at the law firm Newman & Lickstein (N&L) in Syracuse, New York where he advises individual and corporate clients in the areas of business and corporate law, technology and venture capital, and other transactional matters, with a particular focus in the collegiate sports, professional sports, esports, gaming, content creator, and entertainment industries.He also serves as an Editorial Board Member for LawInSport and an adjunct sports law professor at SUNY Cortland.

Since joining N&L in 2021, Daniel has played an active role in the emerging field of name, image, and likeness (NIL) in college athletics as a natural spinoff of his regular content creators and influencers practice. Daniel has built the firm’s NIL practice from the ground up and represents various sports agencies, collectives, and intercollegiate and scholastic athletes in NIL matters. He has been a NIL panelist and speaker at various conferences, featured on sports radio, television, and podcasts nationwide discussing various legal issues in the NIL business, and frequently provides guest lectures at Syracuse University. Recently, Daniel was recognized by On3 as a leading voice in College Sports, among other industry leaders.

Besides his work in NIL, Daniel represents some of today’s most popular online gaming personalities and content creators, including TimTheTatman, Pokimane, Disguised Toast, CaseOh, Nadeshot, Cloakzy, Symfuhny, and OTK, as well as RTS Management, which is an esports and gaming talent management and brand consulting firm that jointly owns and operates the Evolution Championship Series—the world’s most storied fighting game championship—with Sony.

Prior to attending law school at Syracuse University, Daniel was the Coordinator of Hockey Operations at his alma mater, Union College.