Danielle Moore represents and counsels clients in antitrust litigation and advisory matters, including complex litigations, appeals, and foreign and domestic government investigations. Ms. Moore also represents and counsels professional and amateur sports organizations on a variety of matters.
For example, Ms. Moore has represented the National Football League in litigation brought by photographers alleging violations of intellectual property and antitrust laws; the National Collegiate Athletic Association in antitrust litigation brought by student-athletes challenging the NCAA’s eligibility rules; the National Basketball Association in connection with the league’s imposition of discipline upon Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling; and the PGA TOUR, Inc. in litigation arising from an anti-doping dispute. In addition, Ms. Moore has participated in a number of sports-related arbitrations.
In the pro bono field, Ms. Moore assists domestic violence victims in VAWA and family court matters. For example, she recently argued an appeal before the New York Appellate Division and successfully obtained the unanimous reversal of a family court decision dismissing a domestic violence victim’s family offense petition.