Daniel Proctor – Managing Stantec’s Commercial Litigation and Bankruptcy Practices
Daniel Proctor is a highly seasoned commercial litigation and bankruptcy attorney, certified to practice before both state courts of New Hampshire as well as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.
After graduating university, Daniel Proctor began his career at Wilder Coe as part of their audit trainee programme. Here he gained exposure to large group clients as well as consolidating client group financial statements.
Early Life and Education
Danny Proctor was an devoted husband, father, Pop and brother who lived most of his life near Wynne Baptist Church. He leaves behind Brenda Miller Proctor – his wife of 52 years; Josh Willis (his son) and Jessica Willis (Julie’s sister); Casey Strickland (Cole), Caitlin Kendall and Liam as grandchildren; plus an extended family and host of friends.
Daniel Proctor is an esteemed barrister who has been engaged by chambers to work across its key practice areas. He accepts instructions in both public and private children cases, financial remedies and injunctions as well as all stages of family litigation including fact-finding hearings, final hearings and appeals. Daniel also brings experience in contract, tort, employment law and statutory rights issues – an impressive portfolio!
Daniel is a highly experienced commercial and civil litigator, licensed to practice both in New Hampshire and before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. His clients span across industries such as finance, insurance and manufacturing.
He maintains an extensive family practice, regularly appearing from fact-findings through final hearings and appeals in family proceedings. Additionally, he is instructed as counsel in numerous civil matters such as road traffic accidents and general commercial litigation matters.
He is dedicated to teaching mathematics in an engaging and holistic fashion so students can make sense of their learning. He has written resources for the NSW Department of Education as well as provided professional learning for teachers. Furthermore, his prior experience leading software development teams for a sales forecasting company helps inform his teaching practice.
Achievement and Honors
Daniel has an enthusiastic commitment to teaching mathematics in an engaging and cohesive manner so his students can make sense of their learning experience. He strives to use real world examples as part of his lessons so his pupils can connect the Big Ideas from their curriculum with real life applications.
American Mensa honored him with two awards he is truly deserving of: the Abbie F. Salny Award (known as the Abbie) and Testing Coordinator of the Year honors, both given for outstanding ambassadorial service to Mensa by providing enjoyable test sessions, encouraging new proctors, promoting testing to advertiser/promoters, or showing innovation when advertising and promoting testing events.
He will intern at a small private equity firm during the summer of 2023, before spending two summers interning at Deloitte in audit and assurance the following summer.
Daniel Proctor oversees Stantec’s engineering and environmental term contracts for the Virginia Army National Guard as well as numerous shoreline stabilization and stormwater projects for state and local agencies. Known for his emphasis on organization, client service excellence and technical excellence.
Eric is also an experienced litigator, having represented banks, lenders, leasing companies, manufacturers and wholesalers – not to mention numerous franchisors – in civil litigation cases.
He is accused of being the last person to see his girlfriend before she vanished near Fort Myers, Florida in July 2011. Proctor reportedly told authorities at her school that she died in a car accident but no body has ever been discovered. Proctor faces two theft charges which will run concurrently for life imprisonment.
He currently owns over 3,500 shares of Wesbanco stock worth an estimated total of over $1,103,988 and has completed seventeen trades of this asset since 2004.
He is a member of both the Commercial Law League of America’s Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy Section as well as New Hampshire Trial Lawyers Association, and boasts extensive experience handling commercial litigation and bankruptcy matters.
Proctor was accused of taking both a gun and pick-up truck from his friend, leading to theft charges against him. After being arrested in Florida and returned to Madison County for trial, Proctor was found guilty on both counts and sentenced to life imprisonment.