Danielle C. Zolot helps clients in the advertising, media, marketing and entertainment industries resolve complex, sensitive disputes. She advises on a wide range of issues including right of privacy, intellectual property and employment, assisting in all aspects of a case from pre-suit to discovery to trial.
Motivated by a deep passion for the entertainment and media industries, Danielle delivers creative and cost-effective strategies for clients of all sizes. She is an efficient researcher and a dedicated problem solver who adeptly handles critical motions and intense negotiations.
Danielle manages cases from inception to resolution and effectively collaborates on large litigation teams. She has opposed large and small firms, government agencies and pro se plaintiffs.
After beginning her legal career at Cahill Gordon & Reindel, Danielle joined Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, where she worked on complex commercial and consumer protection litigation and advisory matters relating to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Her diverse experience also includes acting as amicus curiae to nonprofit organizations in arguing for the return of Nazi-looted Holocaust-era artwork to its rightful heirs before federal circuit courts and the Supreme Court of the United States.