Danielle Weslock focuses her practice in complex creditors’ rights and commercial litigation, with a primary emphasis on commercial mortgage foreclosures in New Jersey and New York. She possesses extensive litigation and transactional experience representing national banks and special servicers in residential and commercial mortgage foreclosure actions, breach of contract actions, loan sales, workouts, forbearance agreements, rent receiverships, and real estate transactions. Danielle also represents lenders with interests in New York City taxicab medallions and defends lenders with respect to property violations before municipal courts in New Jersey.
Danielle has a broad range of experience in all phases of a dispute, including pre-litigation negotiations, mediation and settlement negotiations, discovery, and motion practice. She is adept at finding creative solutions to maximize recovery for lender clients and has a strong record representing them in appellate litigation.
Active in the legal community and in pro bono matters, Danielle was named a Volunteer of the Month by the Volunteer Lawyers for Justice in June 2020 for her work in expungements, human trafficking, and staffing the Debt Relief Clinic. A graduate of Rutgers University School of Law, Danielle remains active at the school by judging first-year students’ oral arguments.