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Newport Beach, CA 92660
Danielle Hopkins is the paralegal at Bick Law LLP. Danielle is a former corporate paralegal at Cooley LLP in Palo Alto and formerly a paralegal intern in the Public Counsel sector at the Washington State Attorney Generals Office. Danielle has extensive experience in corporate formations, initial public offerings and private placements. She also has experience in stock administration and capitalization matters. She is knowledgeable in all aspects of litigation, including document analysis and production, discovery materials, e-discovery process, trial preparation and appeals. Prior to working as a paralegal, Danielle earned her bachelor’s in Classics with a minor in Latin and Political Science from the University of Washington. After graduating, Danielle earned her Paralegal Certificate from the University of Washington and is currently enrolled in a Finance Certificate program at University of California, Berkeley Extension.
- University of Washington, Paralegal Certificate, 2012
- University of Washington, B.A. in Classics with a minor in Latin and Political Science, 2011
CERCLA & Cost Recovery
- Assisted with representation of PRP at Portland Harbor Superfund Site and Harbor Island Superfund Site, specifically with research pertaining to natural resource damages in contaminated sediment marine and river environments;
- Assisted with mediation regarding private cost recovery action to recover response costs from the U.S. government as a co-PRP; and
- Assisted with multiple CERCLA cleanup enforcement matters.
Emerging Companies and Public Entities
- Assisted with entity formation and required state and federal filings;
- Assisted with private placements including document preparation, Blue Sky research, SEC filings and 228(e) stockholder notices; and
- Assisted with initial public offerings including capitalization reconciliation, due diligence, D&O Questionnaires and beneficial ownership tables.
- Assisted with discovery and due diligence for clients vis-à-vis state-regulated investor-owned utility companies.