Daniela Manrique Escobar
Daniela Manrique Escobar advises businesses in complex civil litigation and government enforcement matters and investigations. Daniela works with a diverse group of clients, including private equity firms, medical device manufacturers, public companies, investment management firms, and pharmaceutical manufacturers. Daniela handles Foreign Corrupt Practices Act internal investigations, and is also responsible for performing anti-corruption, anti-money laundering and sanctions due diligence and risk analyses. Daniela has written motions and briefs, and has performed different aspects of discovery, such as document review, document production, and deposition preparation. Daniela has also guided investment management firms facing excessive fee claims, and has advised a company in connection with its government-appointed compliance monitorship.
Daniela maintains an active pro bono practice, advising on immigration, and family law issues, for which she has written briefs and provided court representation. Daniela also represents indigent defendants in federal criminal proceedings through the firm’s participation in the Criminal Justice Act Program.
During law school Daniela represented clients as a student attorney at the Suffolk University Law School Family Advocacy Clinic, and interned at the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Family Protection and Sexual Assault Bureau. Daniela also competed in the 2013 National Health Law Moot Court Competition as a member of her law school’s team, and served as a legal research assistant for Professor Elizabeth Trujillo.