Daniel P. O’Donnell, Jr. is an Associate in the St. Louis, Missouri, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He has represented clients in both state and federal courts as well as before arbitrators.
Mr. O’Donnell’s practice involves all aspects of litigation, including examination of witnesses and arguing motions in jury trials, bench trials and arbitrations, trial preparation, settlement negotiations and mediation. His experience also includes pretrial strategy, dispositive motions, discovery, depositions and client counseling.
His employment practice focuses on the defense of employment disputes in federal courts, state courts and administrative agencies. Mr. O’Donnell also advises many retail, manufacturing, bank and service-oriented clients on a wide variety of issues, including hiring, wrongful termination, sexual harassment, arbitration agreements, wage and hour laws, prevailing wage laws, disability discrimination, employee leave rights and workers’ compensation, among others.
While attending law school, Mr. O’Donnell received the Judge Roy W. Harper Prize for best work in Constitutional Law, the Alexander Martin Prize for best work in Evidence, the Senniger Powers Prize for best work in Copyright, and the Excellence for the Future Awardsfor Constitutional Law, Evidence, Copyright, and State Constitutional Law. He was also an Associate Managing Editor of the Missouri Law Review.
- Arbitration Theory & Practice
- Trial Practice and Procedure