Danny Inglese concentrates his practice in commercial litigation, with a focus on the defense of financial institutions. In addition to his work with financial institutions, Danny has represented a variety of companies and individuals in cases involving breach of contract, mergers and acquisitions, securities fraud, and business torts. Danny has experience researching, drafting, and arguing complex motions. Drawing on his experience as an appellate clerk, Danny has assisted clients in cases before the Arizona Court of Appeals, Arizona Supreme Court, and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Danny also maintains a robust pro bono practice, and has argued a case in the Ninth Circuit on behalf of a pro bono client.
In addition to his normal areas of practice, Danny is a member of the firm’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Team, an interdisciplinary team of lawyers, formed quickly after recognizing the complex legal issues that businesses would confront as a result of the coronavirus. The group continues to issue legal alerts on the topic and remains committed to monitoring the issues and bringing as much clarity and guidance to clients as possible. More information on the team and legal alerts published on the topic are available at https://www.swlaw.com/services/coronavirus-COVID-19-response-team.
Arizona State University, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law (J.D., 2016)
Order of the Coif
Note and Comment Editor, Arizona State Law Journal
CALI Awards: Contracts, Legal Method and Writing, Administrative Law, Government Relations, Appellate Advocacy
Arizona State University (B.A., Political Science, summa cum laude, 2013)
Minors: History and Spanish
Thesis: "The Effects of Charismatic Leadership on Peru's Shining Path Revolution"
State Bar of Arizona
American Constitution Society
"Filing an Appeal of Right to the Court of Appeals," Co-Author, Arizona Appellate Handbook 2.0, Vol. 1, Ch. 3 (2020)