Daniel Moussatche was admitted to the State Bar of California in April 2016. His work with Wagner Zemming Christensen includes litigation on multiple areas including employment discrimination, whistleblower retaliation, public records requests, taxpayer lawsuits, and business disputes. Daniel focuses on law and motion and discovery disputes and has extensive experience in legal research and crafting legal arguments. Prior to joining Wagner Zemming Christensen, LLP he worked at N·M Law, APC as an associate focusing on Trust and Estate litigation. A graduate of Whittier Law School, Daniel has extensive litigation and appellate experience, which includes multiple externships with the Orange County Superior Court.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Daniel was an administrative law judge for the State of Florida’s unemployment system where he held hearings, interpreted Florida law, and reviewed agency determinations.