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.
Danielle’s clients rely on her advice about day-to-day employment issues impacting their workplace. She guides employment handbook and personnel policy preparation and provides preventive counsel for hiring, discipline and termination best practices. Danielle frequently conducts management training, lectures on emerging employment topics throughout the nation and has also taught employment law at the university level.
As a young partner, Danielle founded and co-chaired the Fisher Phillips Women’s Initiative and Leadership Council to mentor and support rising women attorneys. Today the program benefits attorneys across the firm’s 36 offices. Danielle currently serves as chair of the Fisher Phillips’ Development Committee, which operates as a think tank and sounding board for new and creative ideas and initiatives to help the firm stay on the forefront of workplace law.
Recognized as a Top Labor and Employment Attorney by the Daily Journal (2022)
Firm Prospects attorney tracking launched in 2015/2016. Prior employment history currently unavailable.