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Danielle Dillon


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Danielle is an Associate who counsels and represents clients in employment disputes before federal and state courts and administrative agencies.  Her litigation practice includes restrictive covenants, discrimination, retaliation, and wage and hour claims.  She counsels clients on variety of employment issues, such as non-compete laws, employee handbooks, employment and separation agreements, and company polices. 

Prior to joining the firm as an Associate, Danielle worked as an extern with Mintz and the Access to Justice Commission. She also served as an extern with the Victim Rights Law Center and as a risk and compliance intern with Fidelity Investments. In law school, Danielle was a student-attorney with the Boston College Innocence Program, representing wrongly convicted individuals and collaborating with community partners on policy reform to address wrongful convictions. Before law school, Danielle served as a litigation intern at a prominent law firm and as a judicial intern at the D.C. Superior Court. 


The Mintz ESG Working Group created an in-depth primer covering the current landscape of ESG issues businesses are typically confronting. Our attorneys examine a broad spectrum of topics, including the polarization of rulemaking on the state and local levels, regulation and enforcement trends, and DEI policies, to help companies effectively navigate the ESG landscape. 

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Read more about how Mintz's attorneys Andrew Nathanson, Katharine Foote, Danielle Dillon, and Edmund Daley advocated for victims rights and privacy during a complex criminal case.

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News & Press

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ESG Co-chair Jen Rubin, and Associates Danielle Dillon and Evan Piercey co-authored an article in Law360 on the US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit's rejection of a challenge to Nasdaq's diversity rule.

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Events & Speaking

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