Daniel Belzer is a partner in the Corporate Practice Group in the firm’s Century City office. He is a member of the Private Equity, Emerging Growth/Venture Capital and Latin America Teams.

Areas of Practice

Daniel practices corporate and securities law, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions and capital raising transactions. His practice includes venture capital and private equity financings, mergers and acquisitions, business formation and structuring, commercial contracts and early-stage company counseling.

Daniel represents private equity firms, privately-held companies and public companies, as well as entrepreneurs and early-stage companies, based in sectors that include social media, software, manned security guard and alarm monitoring, communications, manufacturing, healthcare, food and beverage, real estate, hospitality, technology and entertainment. He also has significant experience representing clients in cross-border transactions, particularly in Mexico.

Daniel's recent representative transactions include representing Aretex Capital Partners in its acquisition of Alerian and its investment in Building Energy; AMN Healthcare, Inc., in its acquisition of MedPartners; Allied Universal in its acquisition of Securadyne Systems; and Cameo in its Series Seed, A and B financing rounds.



Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch, Best Lawyers, 2023-2024

Rising Star, The Deal, 2021


Media Mentions

  • Opus Equity Partners Calls on Sheppard Mullin for Counsel in Deals
    Daily Journal, 05.09.2017
  • Opus Equity Partners Calls on Sheppard Mullin for Counsel
    Daily Transcript, 05.09.2017


J.D., University of California, Los Angeles, 2012

B.A., Duke University, 2008


  • California


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