Danielle Goebel has experience representing clients in a variety of employment and civil rights matters. She has litigated numerous cases in both state and federal court, ranging in scale from single plaintiff discrimination claims to class action civil rights lawsuits. She has significant experience representing both employees and management, which makes her uniquely suited to provide effective, practical advice in difficult employment situations. Danielle frequently conducts internal investigations into various employment issues, including allegations of workplace harassment and corporate mismanagement.
In addition to the more typical employment statutes, Danielle also has experience with the application of Title IX to employees of higher education institutions and has both defended an institution against claims of retaliation under Title IX, as well as counselled employees navigating Title IX investigations.
Prior to joining Dilworth, Danielle was an associate with a boutique employment law firm in Philadelphia. While attending law school at Temple University, she interned with U.S. Magistrate Judge Timothy Rice of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Danielle studied History and Political Science at Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois.