Danielle represents financial institutions in a wide range of litigation matters. She has experience handling toxic tort litigation, financial services litigation, and insurance defense litigation.
While attending Wake Forest University School of Law, Danielle served on the Moot Court Board and as Moot Court Problem Book Editor. She was also a legal research and writing teaching assistant. As an undergraduate at Loyola University of Maryland, she was awarded both the Political Science Medal and the Gerstung Pre-Law Award.
Defense of a national bank in individual claims related to the mortgage industry.
Effectively argued to limit the scope of the coming and going rule to shield national insurance company from liability. Cardwell v. Jenkins Cleaners, 698 S.E.2d 131, 2010Defended toxic tort depositions for an international business client.