Danielle Simms focuses her practice on complex civil litigation, data protection and
cybersecurity matters and government investigations. Ms. Simms has represented clients in
civil cases at all phases of litigation, including pretrial motions, pleadings and trials. She
has experience counseling on a variety of matters, including disputes related to data privacy,
antitrust and common law claims.
Among others, Ms. Simms’ representations include:
- a financial institution in a multifaceted regulatory investigation conducted by the Securities
and Exchange Commission concerning data privacy and cybersecurity issues
- a large technology company in complying with trust and safety, data privacy and antitrust
laws that would impact its business
- a financial institution in responding to purported class actions alleging violations of statutory
and common laws in the wake of a cyber incident
- a travel technology company in defending against claims of unlawful monopolization and
unreasonable restraints on trade
Prior to joining Skadden, Ms. Simms worked as a process engineer for a multinational
consumer goods company.