Daniel Chammas - Many Publications
Daniel Chammas has published many articles about the finer points of class action litigation and how businesses can avoid litigation regarding federal and state labor and employment regulations. Part of Chammas’ job is advising companies on how to avoid sanctions for wage and hours violations, sexual harassment claims, discrimination allegations, and more.
Daniel Chammas graduated with a Juris Doctor from Stanford University Law School in 1999, after earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from UCLA in 1996. After law school, he entered the legal scene by working for McDermott, Will, and Emery. He worked his way up to partner over his ten years there and eventually left for Venable, where he focused on protecting companies from class action lawsuits and helping corporations, sometimes large ones with national distribution and market shares, avoid image-damaging litigation. Chammas joined Venable as a partner because of his reputation for skillful litigation and an intimate knowledge of employment and labor regulations both on the state and federal level.
Daniel Chammas has many publications that he has written over the years. One of his most recent, “Enforcing Non-Compete Provisions in California,” was published in Labor and Employment News Alert in 2012. This article outlined how to ensure that all employers are complying with non-compete clauses and how to write them in an enforceable way. Chammas prides himself in contributing to the legal community by providing valuable knowledge for other lawyers. This knowledge comes from fifteen years working for his clients’ interests both in the courtroom and out.