Daivy P. Dambreville
Daivy Pierre Dambreville is an Associate of the Employment Group at Burns White based out of the Philadelphia office. Mr. Dambreville’s practice is multidisciplinary, with emphasis on litigation and counseling of employers and human resources professionals.
Mr. Dambreville litigates single-plaintiff cases on behalf of management involving employment disputes and in restrictive covenant actions, and he has trial experience representing insurers in subrogation actions. Mr. Dambreville primarily defends against discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims, has obtained multiple dismissals with no finding of probable cause at the administrative agency level, and has reached favorable resolutions for clients in both federal and state civil actions. Mr. Dambreville also represents employers in workplace injury and illness matters, specifically concentrating on the Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) Act. He has significant training in occupational safety and health standards, including successfully completing the OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Outreach Program.
Prior to joining Burns White, Mr. Dambreville’s practice focused on federal financial services litigation and contract disputes as an Associate with a boutique law firm. Mr. Dambreville received his J.D. from Penn State Law, where he served as a Senior Editor of the Yearbook on Arbitration and Mediation Law Journal, and was the National Vice-Chair of the National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA) for the 2012-2013 academic year. Mr. Dambreville received his B.A. in Psychology from Hunter College.
Mr. Dambreville is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, the District of Columbia, and numerous federal courts.
Areas of Law
- Employment Law
- Occupational Safety & Health (OSHA)
- Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law (J.D., 2013)
- Hunter College, City University of New York (B.A., 2010)
Bar and Court Admissions
- New Jersey
- District of Columbia
- United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
- United States District Court for the District of New Jersey
- United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio
- United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
- American Bar Association
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- The Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia
- Philadelphia Bar Association
- African-American Chamber of Commerce of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware
- Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce
- Selected for inclusion in the Top 40 Under 40 by The National Black Lawyers
- Participated in The Legal Intelligencer’s 2017 Roundtable Discussion on Diversity Issues, and was featured in the publication’s June 2017 “Diversity” special section.
- Presented a webinar entitled “OSHA’s New Tracking of Injuries and Illnesses Final Rule” for the National Association of Chemical Distributors on July 28, 2016
- “Zika Virus: Challenges of Fighting a Recognized Hazard,” The Legal Intelligencer’s Energy and Environmental Law Supplement, July 19, 2016
- “OSHA’s Confidentiality Provisions May Not Preclude Consultant Depositions,” The Legal Intelligencer, June 16, 2016
- “Commonwealth Court Begins to Apply ‘Protz’ to Pending Cases,” The Legal Intelligencer, Feb. 6, 2016
- “Within the Scope: Employees Injured While Rendering Emergency Aid,” The Legal Intelligencer, Aug. 11, 2015
- “Defining Terms of an Insurance Policy After ‘Rourke’,” The Legal Intelligencer, May 18, 2015
- “The Inconvenient Truth About Forum Non Conveniens,” The Legal Intelligencer, Aug. 5, 2014
- “Interpretation of Rule 1006 Expands Plaintiffs’ Venue Options,” The Legal Intelligencer, May 5, 2014
- “Insurers Beware of the Broad Duty to Defend,” The Legal Intelligencer, Feb. 4, 2014
- “Broad Powers, Silent Intentions: Compelling Class Action Arbitration without Express Authorization,” Yearbook on Arb. & Med., Vol. 5, 2013
- “Just a Matter of Time: The Second Circuit Renders Ancillary State Laws Inapplicable By Authorizing Arbitrators to Decide Whether A Statute of Limitations Can Bar Arbitration,” Yearbook on Arb. & Med., Vol. 4, 2012
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