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Labor & Employment - California
"She is very smart, has a very good presence in the courtroom and is a problem solver." "She gets consistently amazing results and is an expert in her field. She knows her stuff and communicates her expertise extremely well. It is obvious that Danielle cares about her clients and gives excellent advice to serve our long-term interests. She always makes time to help us put out a fire or talk through an issue."
This content is provided by Danielle Hultenius Moore
Employment Discrimination and Harassment
Employee Leaves and Accommodations
Litigation and Trials
Wage and Hour
Danielle Moore has two primary objectives when counseling employers on labor and employment concerns: limiting financial impact on their business and getting ahead of litigation as early as possible. Whether defending accusations of employment discrimination, wrongful termination, harassment, or retaliation, or analyzing a complex workplace issue, Danielle works to understand her client’s goals and reach the best possible outcome. Especially amid threats of large-scale exposure — due to class action lawsuits or Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) actions — Danielle’s deep understanding of the Labor Code helps minimize liability and reduce future risk.
Member, American Employment Law Council
Member, The Fellows of the American Bar Foundation
Member, Associated General Contractors of California
Labor and Employment Law Council, Associated General Contractors of America
Member, Plumbing Heating Cooling Contractors (PHCC); and Former Board of Directors, PHCC Academy of San Diego
Member, California Cannabis Industry Association (CCIA)
Member, National Association of Women Lawyers
J.D., 2004, George Washington University Law School
B.A., 2000, with honors, University of Southern California