Danielle Mayer

Water Polo Athlete Now Scoring Goals in Civil Litigation!

Rick and Lisa Mayer are Contemporary Abstract Artists that create Original Artwork on Silk which is then stretched and secured on Canvases.

Ms. Mayer focuses her practice on civil litigation and intellectual property litigation.  Prior to her time at Buchalter, Ms. Mayer focused her practice on complex product liability and personal injury cases, specifically mass tort litigation, and represents clients in matters relating to medical devices, automotive vehicles, and pharmaceutical drugs in both state and federal courts.

During law school, Ms. Mayer served as a judicial extern for the Hon. James J. Di Cesare in the Orange County Superior Court.

Professional Memberships and Associations

  • Orange County Bar Association (OCBA)
    -Young Lawyers Division
    -OCBA Charitable Fund Kenneth Lae Charity Golf Scramble Committee, Member
  • Constitutional Rights Foundation Orange County
    -Associate Board of Directors, Member
  • Public Law Center
    -Advocates Board of Directors, Member
    -Volunteers for Justice Annual Dinner, Silent Auction Chair
  • Orange County Women Lawyers Association
    -Board of Directors, Member
  • William P. Gray Inn of Court
  • American Bar Association (ABA)

Attorney at Buchalter

Sport: Water Polo
College/Pro Team: George Washington University
Chapter: Orange County 2
Profession: Attorney
Specialty: Civil Litigator
Preferred Contact: dmayer@buchalter.com

Danielle Mayer's activity stream

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