Danielle Gray Highlighted As Top NY Professional By Crain’sApril 01, 2016
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NEW YORK, NY -- April 1, 2016 -- O’Melveny partner Danielle Gray has been featured by Crain’s New York Business as one of the top 40 individuals working across all sectors in New York City who have achieved exceptional professional success before turning 40 years old.
In its 40 Under 40 feature, Crain’s details Gray’s career, working in President Barack Obama's Office of White House Counsel and the Department of Justice. She was appointed as White House cabinet secretary in 2013 at the age of 35. The article notes that since returning to O’Melveny in 2014, Gray has helped establish the firm’s Data Security and Privacy Practice and advises major educational institutions and health care, financial services, and Internet companies in investigations and data security breaches.
"Danielle is a brilliant strategist and one of the finest legal minds of her generation,” O’Melveny chair Bradley J. Butwin told the publication. “She's a star at any age, but when you reminded me that she's under 40, it just makes the rest of us feel inadequate."
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