Daniella R. Price
Areas of Practice
Daniella Price concentrates her legal practice in matters involving premises liability, retail, trucking and transportation and product liability. She represents national retail chains including grocery and department stores. Daniella handles all aspects of her cases including discovery, motion practice and arbitration.
Daniella clerked for the Honorable Jacqueline F. Allen, Administrative Judge of the Trial Division in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. While clerking, Daniella was exposed to comprehensive civil and criminal litigation, and worked on a variety of matters including mass tort designations, class actions, employment matters, contracts, and Post-Conviction Relief Act appeals. She also worked on developing and drafting administrative protocols for litigating cases in the Trial Division.
Daniella is a graduate of Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, where she was on the Dean’s List. While in law school, Daniella competed in the Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial and ABA Negotiation Competitions. She also served as Vice President of the Women’s Law Society. Daniella is also a graduate of the University of Delaware, where she was team captain of the Women’s Track and Field Team and recipient of the Dr. Janice Jordan Scholar Athlete Award.
Daniella is an active member of the legal community. She is the Past President of the National Bar Association Women Lawyers Division, Philadelphia Chapter. She is also a member of the editorial board for The Philadelphia Lawyer, the Philadelphia Bar Association's quarterly magazine. Daniella’s commitment to community outreach is reflected in her work as a pro bono attorney for Philadelphia VIP and youth mentor.
Second chaired a jury trial to defense verdict on behalf of one of the world's largest retailers in a premises liability action where the plaintiff sustained signifcant and permanent injuries.
Obtained multiple defense awards at arbitrations on behalf of a retail company.
Successfully moved to dismiss a premises liability action based on an incovenient forum for the defendant.
Prevailed on several motions for summary judgment in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Case Law Alerts, regular contributor, October 2019-present
“Rule of Thumb vs. Rule of Law: Preservation of Video Surveillance and Spoliation,” Defense Digest, Vol. 25, No. 2, June 2019
"Ten Questions for Steven Lacheen," Summer 2018, The Philadelphia Lawyer, Philadelphia Bar Association
Making A Change Group, Advisory Board
Philadelphia VIP, Volunteer Attorney, 2017-2018