Danielle Weslock concentrates her practice in Commercial Litigation—Debtor/Creditor. She has experience with residential and commercial mortgage foreclosures, where she represents banks and other financial institutions and lenders before state and federal courts in New Jersey and New York.
Danielle also has experience with breach-of-contract actions based on promissory notes and guarantees, the collection of book accounts, and various real-estate transactions, including condemnations. She has negotiated and documented loan modifications and forbearance agreements and regularly advises clients on these commercial-litigation issues.
Danielle graduated from Rutgers Law School, cum laude, and is a member of the Order of the Coif. She was the managing editor of the Women’s Rights Law Reporter and remains active at the school by judging oral arguments of first-year students.