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Daniel Moussatche


Daniel Moussatche

Daniel Moussatche was admitted to the State Bar of California in April 2017. His work with Wagner Zemming Christensen, LLP includes litigation on multiple areas including employment discrimination, whistleblower retaliation, public records requests, taxpayer lawsuits, personal injury matters, and business disputes. He also has experience defending public employees in administrative proceedings.

Daniel focuses on Plaintiff cases and handles all aspects of litigation from pleadings, discovery and law and motion all the way through trial. He represents clients both in state and federal court. Daniel has broad experience with employment matters especially as it relates to police officers and their rights under POBAR. With extensive experience in legal research and crafting legal arguments both in front of trial court and appellate court, he has successfully won cases including writs on discovery disputes and appeals.

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 joining Wagner Zemming Christensen, LLP he worked at N·M Law, APC as an associate focusing on Trust and Estate litigation. Daniel still handles trust litigation cases.

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.

In his off time, he enjoys cooking, spending time with his family and watching his Brazilian soccer team Flamengo.

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