Dan Sheridan is a business and real estate lawyer located in Princeton, New Jersey. He is admitted to practice in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. A cum laude graduate of Seton Hall University School of Law, Dan's diverse background includes over twenty-five years of legal experience in both private practice and as in-house counsel to a Global Fortune 200 company. Dan's practice has always included a heavy emphasis on environmental issues in business transactions. His combined background in business, real estate and environmental law provided a natural segue to his interest in legal issues affecting (and driving) the explosive growth in green building, as well as the impetus to seek the LEED "Green Associate" credential from the US Green Building Certification Institute, which he earned in August, 2010. More recently, Dan has launched a blog entitled "Legally Green: A Conversation and the Crossroads of Law and Sustainability". He is an active member of the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association, and belongs to the Committee Limited Partnerships and Unincorporated Entitities as well as the Committee on Environmental Issues in Business Transactions. He is also active in the New Jersey State Bar Association, having served as a member of the Business Law Section's Committee on ISRA since 1986, and as Chair of the Environmental Law Section in 2001-2002.