Danielle F. Moriber focuses on complex commercial litigation. Danielle represents clients in a variety of commercial matters in trial and appellate courts across the country including contract, business tort, consumer fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, intellectual property, antitrust, professional liability, and whistleblower litigation. She also has experience advising on class action matters, with an emphasis on the consumer products and food and beverage industries.
Prior to entering private practice, Danielle spent two years as a law clerk for the Honorable Jose Linares of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey. Additionally, she served as a Public Interest Fellow with the United States Senate Judiciary Committee and as a law clerk at the United States Copyright Office in the Office of Policy and International Affairs in Washington D.C.
Danielle has authored “Shrinking Market Definition in Merger Reviews,” in The Federal Lawyer and “Meyer v. Kalanick: Uber at the Intersection of Electronic Bargaining Law and Price Fixing,” in American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Antitrust Law Committee Newsletter.