Daniel McCord

Daniel McCord

Daniel McCord specializes in white-collar matters and assists large and small companies alike with sensitive internal investigations and compliance analysis for complex regulations. Additionally, he plays an instrumental role in various litigation issues impacting various industries including energy providers and movie production companies.

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Early Life and Education

Daniel McCord grew up in Tennessee. As a high schooler he enjoyed baseball; later joining Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity at the University of Tennessee; additionally serving in Army ROTC.

He currently works as an associate in the firm’s litigation department and has extensive experience representing an array of clients – energy providers, financial institutions and movie production companies among them. He specializes in white collar matters involving workplace culture concerns and regulatory compliance matters as part of his white-collar practice.

He and his wife Angela reside in Jefferson City, Tenn. He is a former church pastor with experience managing small businesses as well as having served in youth ministry and pulpit ministry roles. Together with Angela he and their two children make up their household.

Professional Career

Daniel McCord is a Senior Associate with Covington & Burling law firm, where he specializes in white-collar investigations and complex litigation matters across industries including energy providers, financial institutions and movie production companies.

He played tackle for the 1954 Tennessee Vols, who posted a 4-6 record under second-year head coach Harvey Robinson. He proved himself as an adept blocker on offense and aggressive tackler on defense.

At Carson-Newman University he also served as assistant swim coach, while being an avid golfer himself with Class “A” PGA membership and teaching all levels of players as a passion for growing Junior golfers’ game. Furthermore, he holds a Bachelor’s of International Relations and French from Brigham Young University.

Achievement and Honors

McCord has submitted a grant proposal that will support the construction of Journey Home in Warrensburg for people experiencing homelessness. She has also helped with other volunteer tasks including picking up individuals to bring them directly to Journey Home.

Her awards and honors include an Opportunity Transfer Scholarship from Jacksonville State University, Carol Pickens Memorial Endowed Scholarship and James Seaborn Boyd Scholarship. In addition, she is a member of both National Honor Society and Future Farmers of America.

In 2020, she received the Gadsden State Outstanding Achievement Award for community service from Gadsden State. Other recipients were Anabel Dillingham of Cedar Bluff and Nicholas Elacqua from Gadsden; these three individuals were all honored at Wallace Drive Campus during an event hosted by Lover Chancler, assistant professor of child and family development. Lover Chancler read excerpts from their nomination letters during this celebration event.

Personal Life

Daniel McCord places great importance on his religious life and 14-year marriage to wife of 14 years, Amy. Additionally, Daniel possesses a strong work ethic and dedication to his team; swimming being more of an art than sport for him; creating champions both inside and out of the water is what drives his pursuit of victory.

Prior to attending Carson-Newman, McCord served as an officer in the Army. Currently he coaches club-level swim at USA Hurricanes Swimming of Columbus Georgia and USA Club Fort Hood Area Dolphins of Killeen Texas.

McCord is an associate in the firm’s litigation department and regularly represents complex and high-profile matters for clients in need. His expertise includes sensitive internal investigations, workplace culture issues and regulatory compliance requirements for companies such as energy providers and financial institutions.

Net Worth

AnnaLynne McCord stands at 171 cm (5 feet 7 inches). Her slim frame helps exude elegance on screen and has enhanced the beauty of her roles.

As one of the lead actresses of Nip/Tuck and its spinoff American Heiress on FX television series, she garnered widespread recognition among audiences. Additionally, she appeared as Naomi Clark on 90210 which won over viewers’ hearts due to her dynamic portrayal.

She uses her platform to promote causes close to her heart, such as sexual assault and trafficking. Her stellar acting career and devotion to activism has garnered her the esteem and fanbase that speaks volumes for itself – as evidenced by an impressive net worth that speaks of their accomplishments within the entertainment industry.

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