Daniel Petrokas

Daniel Petrokas

Associate
New York

Email [email protected]​hoganlovells.com

Phone +1 212 918 3592

Fax +1 212 918 3100

Practice groupLitigation, Arbitration, and Employment

Daniel Petrokas represents clients in a variety of complex commercial litigation and employment matters. Daniel handles cases from public- and private-sector clients across a range of industries, with particular experience handling consumer class action matters for clients in the food and drug, consumer product and technology spheres.

Daniel has litigated a variety of large-scale class action lawsuits, including specifically consumer fraud and wage-and-hour disputes, as well as cases under the False Claims Act and various anti-discrimination statutes.

Daniel began his Hogan Lovells career as a summer associate in the firm's New York office in 2017. While at Cornell Law School, Daniel was a notes editor for the Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy as well as a bench editor for the Moot Court Board. Before joining the firm, Daniel worked as a legal intern at the Chicago District Office of the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Education and admissions

Education

J.D., Cornell Law School, Dean's List, 2018

B.A., Elmhurst University, magna cum laude, 2014

Bar admissions and qualifications

New York

Representative experience

Obtained dismissal of two separate consumer class actions brought against supplier of certain beverage products related to allegedly misleading label statements on those products

Obtained favorable resolution of consumer class action brought against international airline in connection with its rebooking and refund policy during the COVID-19 pandemic

Obtained dismissal of consumer class action brought against retailer of certain almond milk products related to allegedly misleading label statements on those products

Briefed successful motion to dismiss in False Claims Act case brought against Fortune 500 software company

Briefed successful motion to dismiss in New York state court discrimination and hostile-work-environment case

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