For nearly a decade, Daniella Gordon, Principal of The Gordon Law Firm, has represented clients in civil and criminal matters before courts, arbitration panels and agencies throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Ms. Gordon has represented owners, developers, design professionals, sureties, and all tiers of contractors in construction-related disputes, including construction defect claims, delay/inefficiency/acceleration claims, differing site conditions, professional negligence, bid protests and injunctions. She also has years of experience handling criminal matters, ranging from minor infractions and DUI's to allegations of fraud and homicide. Ms. Gordon's experience as a criminal defense attorney sets her apart from other construction and commercial litigation attorneys in dealing with allegations of business or procurement fraud, and she has successfully represented businesses and individuals in connection with government investigations into alleged false claims. Ms. Gordon has also handled dozens of appellate matters in numerous jurisdictions. She is currently working as a legal consultant on a case that was granted certification by the Supreme Court of the United States.
Prior to founding The Gordon Law Firm, Ms. Gordon worked for many years as an attorney for one of the largest construction litigation law firms in the Mid-Atlantic region. Ms. Gordon also worked for several years for a renowned criminal defense and civil rights attorney in New Jersey. Before entering private practice, Ms. Gordon served as law clerk to the Honorable Robert G. Millenky, who currently sits as the Presiding Judge of the Civil Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Camden County. During law school, Ms. Gordon received several advocacy awards and won the award for "best brief" in the Rutgers Hunter Moot Court Competition. She also served as a legal extern to the Honorable Joseph H. Rodriguez in the District Court for the District of New Jersey. Ms. Gordon received her undergraduate degree in Philosophy from Connecticut College.