Danielle F. Moriber focuses her practice on business disputes and complex commercial matters including contract, business tort, consumer fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, intellectual property, antitrust, professional liability, class actions, defamation and whistleblower litigation. She has significant experience in trial and appellate courts, and in arbitrations, and is a fierce advocate for her clients who span a broad range of industries including technology and software, cannabis, consumer products, food and beverage and real estate.
On a pro bono basis, Danielle developed and is serving as co-lead counsel in novel constitutional challenges to restrictive abortion legislation in Florida. She represents seven clergy members of five different religions who are asserting federal and Florida free speech, religious liberty and Establishment Clause claims, and claims under the Florida Religious Freedom Restoration Act. This case has been extensively covered in the press, including by The Washington Post and The New York Times.
Prior to entering private practice, Danielle spent two years as a law clerk for the Honorable Jose Linares of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey. Additionally, she served as a Public Interest Fellow with the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee and as a law clerk at the U.S. Copyright Office in the Office of Policy and International Affairs in Washington, D.C. Born and raised in Miami Beach, Danielle has deep ties to the Miami community. She is involved in local arts and cultural initiatives. She is also currently a member of the National Young Leadership Cabinet, Jewish Federations of North America, and has previously served in local and national leadership positions in the Jewish community.
- Cannabis cultivation experts and investors in a dispute against their joint venture partner, a subsidiary of a large multistate marijuana operator, concerning the ownership of a medical marijuana license. After a two-week arbitration before a panel of three arbitrators, the panel found that the joint venture partner breached its fiduciary duties and unjustly enriched itself, and that it was liable for over $15 million in damages.
- Sellers, trainers and brokers in disputes concerning the sale of high-end show jumping horses.
- Certified Collectibles Group in an action against Globant stemming from an implementation of a customized ERP software system.