Who is Daniel Seale?
Daniel Seale is a partner at Latham & Watkins’ New York Office. His specialty lies in banking and finance transactions involving leveraged financing transactions for both borrowers and issuers.
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Early Life and Education
Seale was born in Dallas, Texas in 1936 to a poverty-stricken family and attended high school at night while working as a sheet metal mechanic in aircraft plants in the late 1950s. Following his discharge from the Air Force he enrolled at Merritt College in Oakland California for further study.
Seale was radicalized after hearing Malcolm X speak and saw his assassination; after this event he joined with Huey Newton to form the Black Panther Party which employed community patrols as well as running medical clinics and serving free breakfasts to children.
Though some may disagree with his tactics, Seale was a pioneer of the civil rights movement and today stands out as an authoritative lecturer and author. At 84 years old he still gives talks on his political activism to groups.
Daniel Seale is a partner at Latham & Watkins’ New York office and an active member of their Finance Department; Banking, Capital Markets & Private Equity Practices as well as their Strategic Client Committee. His practice specializes in representing financial institutions as well as issuers and borrowers in leveraged finance transactions including acquisition financing transactions.
Seale has extensive experience representing private equity funds in their investment transactions and graduated from New York University School of Law before serving as Judicial Clerk to Chief Judge Ronald Lagueux of the U.S. District Court for Rhode Island.
He married Eva Mary Seale (nee Patterson) in 1913. They had three children together while living in Sour Lake, Texas. To date, there have been over 234 MyHeritage DNA test takers who descend from Daniel Seale; create your free family tree today to learn more!
Achievement and Honors
Seale was one of the cofounders and chairs of the Black Panther Party with Huey Newton. As an author, lecturer, political activist and community liaison for Temple University’s African-American Studies Department. Additionally he published several articles focusing on various social issues as well as publishing a cookbook called Barbecue with Bobby whose profits went to charitable organizations.
At the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Seale and seven others, including Youth International Party founder Jerry Rubin and Abbie Hoffman from their Youth International Party were arrested for violating an antiriot law. Seale managed to “turn their trial into an entertaining spectacle”, according to Newsweek.
Seale was employed as a sheet-metal mechanic at various aircraft plants during his three year military service and later joined with Huey Newton to establish the Black Panther Party for Self Defense.
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He married Emmeline Louise Seale (nee Crosland). They had four children: Samuel Thomas Seale, Elizabeth M Seale and two other. He passed away on the month day in death place.
Daniel Seale lived from 1937-1949 and married Hettie F Seale; however, he passed away unexpectedly on 1 May 1950.
His first wife was Eva M Patterson who was also born that same year in Texas 77659 USA and they had one daughter together: Claude A Seale who passed away between 1950-1959 and was buried there as well.
Seal, an international superstar singer-songwriter from England best known for hits like ‘Crazy’ and ‘Kiss from a Rose”, has amassed a net worth of $40 Million. Born in Paddington, he has sold more than 20 million records worldwide.
He graduated with advanced degrees in both English and French at Oxford, winning several critically-acclaimed lead roles such as Macbeth and Caliban productions at Oxford.
Latham & Watkins’ New York office and Co-Chair of its Banking Practice. Additionally, he serves on both its Finance Department and Strategic Client Committee and his primary areas of focus include complex syndicated loan transactions, leveraged financings and acquisition financings; representation of issuers, financial institutions and borrowers in leveraged buyout financings and restructurings.