Daniel T. Blue, III
Daniel T. Blue, III represents individuals and businesses in civil litigation, transactions and general advisory. Representative matters include business formation and financing, business development, corporate governance, corporate counsel, contract compliance and dispute resolution. Dan’s corporate clients include small start-up companies, family-owned businesses, educational and charitable institutions and joint partnerships.
Prior to joining Blue Stephens & Fellers, Dan served as Executive Director of the Pharmaceutical Institute, leading provider of specialized training to pharmaceutical and biotechnology professionals. In 2004, Dan founded and launched the startup company from its parent company, Campbell Alliance, a privately-held management consulting firm specializing in the pharmaceutical and biotech industry.
Prior to launching the Pharmaceutical Institute, Dan worked as an investment banker with Bear, Stearns & Co. in New York where he served healthcare clients, including pharmaceutical, biotechnology, diagnostic and service companies, providing financing, advisory and investment services.
Dan graduated from the Duke University School of Law and the Duke University Fuqua School of Business in May 2001, with degrees in law and business and a focus on corporate finance and entrepreneurship. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Duke University in 1995, where he studied biomedical engineering with a minor in public policy studies.
Dan lives in downtown Raleigh with his wife Traci (a mental health therapist in the Wake County Public Schools), their daughter Kennedy (an energetic toddler), and their dog Bailey (a fiesty Scottish Terrier).
Dan serves on the boards of the Salvation Army and DHIC, Inc. and as an officer within the Democratic Party. He is also a frequent commentator on NC Spin, a weekly television program on North Carolina political events which is aired throughout the North Carolina media market.