Daniel Delnero specializes in representing companies facing high-stakes consumer class action litigation, with a particular emphasis on consumer financial services matters. He has successfully represented clients in large, complex matters, including the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), mergers and acquisitions litigation, First Amendment litigation, libel and defamation, contract disputes and business torts. Daniel also routinely represents companies and individuals facing intrusive governmental investigations, including investigations brought by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Department of Justice (DOJ), and State Attorneys General. He has enjoyed particular success in obtaining confidential close and no-action letters on behalf of clients facing federal investigations.
In addition to his trial experience, Daniel has represented clients in appellate matters in the 11th Circuit, 10th Circuit, and Eighth Circuit Courts of Appeals.
Daniel is experienced in developing creative solutions to business issues, including in cross-border transactions involving complex and competing choice-of-law considerations for his clients. He draws on his litigation experience to assist clients in managing legal and regulatory risk in complex transactions in a manner that preserves the business opportunities they present.
Prior to entering private practice in 2010, Daniel was a law clerk for the Honorable Lisa Godbey Wood, Chief Judge of the Southern District of Georgia.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Daniel L. Delnero