Danielle specializes in defending clients in employment litigation matters in state and federal courts, as well as administrative agencies. She has a proven track record of successfully advocating for her clients and obtaining favorable results in and out of the courtroom. Recognizing the diverse objectives each client brings to employment matters, Danielle commits herself to thoroughly understanding their industries and operations. This commitment positions her to offer tailored guidance in achieving compliance with employment laws and best practices, all aligned with each client’s distinct needs.
Danielle earned her J.D. in 2018 from the University of San Diego School of Law with a concentration in business and corporate law. During her time in law school, Danielle excelled as the Managing Editor of the San Diego International Law Journal and as a member of the University of San Diego Moot Court. As a Research Assistant to distinguished employment and intellectual property professor Orly Lobel, Danielle deepened her legal insights. Her multifaceted academic background, including a B.A. in Political Science and B.S. in Psychology from the University of La Verne, equips her to approach legal issues from a well-rounded perspective.
Drawing on her background in litigating complex personal injury matters, Danielle offers a unique and thorough approach to her labor and employment practice. She skillfully navigates complex legal issues, offers insightful advice to clients, and secures favorable outcomes through negotiation and litigation. Throughout this process, Danielle actively fosters collaborative relationships with in-house counsel, human resources professionals, and company executives, allowing her to tailor defense strategies that seamlessly guide cases to resolution.