Law firm Moritt Hock & Hamroff hired Danielle J. Marlow as a partner in its Ligation practice group. Marlow will reside in the firm’s Garden City office in New York.
“Our firm is delighted to welcome Dani to the team. Dani is a talented attorney with an impressive track record as a leader in her respective area of practice and within the various industries that she serves.” stated Marc Hamroff, managing partner. “Her addition to the firm is an excellent example of the top-tier legal talent we continue to attract to our growing practice.”
With over 22 years of experience, Marlow has litigated extensively in both state and Federal courts throughout the country, and before the American Arbitration Association. Her practice areas include class actions, financial services and securities litigation, employment litigation, real estate litigation, breach of fiduciary duty and derivative claims, shareholder and partnership disputes, antitrust, breach of contract, business torts, false advertising, claims for unfair competition and misappropriation of trade secrets, and qui tam or “whistleblower” litigation. She has litigated numerous claims arising out of investments in securities, hedge funds, and other investment vehicles, and has also litigated numerous business disputes, claims for breach of contract, restrictive covenant claims, real estate and lease disputes, disputes between members of limited liability companies and partnerships, and dissolution proceedings.
With respect to class actions, she has both prosecuted and defended against class actions and is well versed in the Class Action Fairness Act, the requirements of class certification, fact and expert discovery related to class actions, and class action settlements.
Marlow was formerly a shareholder at Anderson Kill and a partner at Reed Smith.
Moritt Hock & Hamroff is a 75+ lawyer firm providing a wide range of legal services to businesses, corporations and individuals worldwide from its offices in Manhattan and on Long Island.
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