Daniel Patrick

Daniel Patrick

dpatrick@cuddyfeder.com 914 761 1300

“There is no substitute for hard work.” - Thomas Edison

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Dan is an associate in the firm’s Land Use, Zoning & Development and Telecommunications groups. His practice includes all aspects of municipal law, planning and land use. Dan provides a personalized service guiding clients through the various permitting and zoning processes necessary to use and develop their property. He uses effective and efficient methods to apply the various federal, state and local regulations to advocate for regulatory approvals and help clients attain their specific goals.

Prior to joining Cuddy & Feder, Dan worked at a firm in Tarrytown, NY specializing in the practice of zoning, municipal, and land use law. He provided counsel for several municipality boards as well as private clients on matters regarding SEQRA, General Municipal Law, Town Law, Village Law, and Highway Law. Dan’s experience representing both public and private sides of the municipal and land use matters provides him with a unique experience and insight that allows him to provide superior legal service.

Dan graduated from Illinois State with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and graduated cum laude from Pace University School of Law. During law school, Dan was an Articles Group Editor for the Pace Environmental Law Review and interned with Pace’s Land Use Law Center, a city corporation counsel’s office, and a land use and municipal law firm in White Plains.


  • Pace University School of Law, J.D., cum laude; 2016
  • Illinois State University, B.S.; 2012


  • New York
  • Connecticut
  • Distinguished Service Award, Pace Land Use Law Center; 2016
  • New York State Bar Association
  • Westchester County Bar Association
  • Pace Law Alumni Network

Dan enjoys spending time outdoors. His favorite places are in the Catskills Mountains, on the golf course, or with friends at any local brewery.

"Land use law is a dynamic field with a profound impact on our everyday lives. While our client’s interests are always paramount, I take pride knowing that their goals create positive impacts on the greater community."–Dan

On October 30, 2019, Cuddy & Feder Land Use Attorneys Anthony B. Gioffre III and Daniel Patrick secured Site Plan and Special Exception Use Approval for 108 Gateway Development LLC from the Village of Port Chester Planning Commission
Several proposed Connecticut state legislative amendments are being considered which would enact statewide zoning mandates upon municipalities. These mandates are intended to combat discrimination and address disparities in housing needs while also creating opportunities for smart growth and increased development potential throughout Connecticut.