Andréa Danziger serves as the firm’s Department Operating Officer (DOO) for the Intellectual Property (IP) Department. She is responsible for all strategic and operational aspects for the department, including revenue growth and profit maximization, overseeing business development efforts and client satisfaction, and monitoring the effectiveness of the department’s hiring, training, and retention of talent. Andréa also participates in special projects for the Firm Chair, the Executive Committee, and the Chief Operating Officer.
Previously, Andréa was Director of Practice Management for the Litigation Department of an Am Law 100 firm where she oversaw daily operations, strategic planning, leadership development and financial management and served as chief business advisor to the department and practice group leaders. Andréa brings a strong client service focus to her role, with prior leadership experience in law firm business development including designing and implementing initiatives to maintain and expand client relationships. Earlier in her career, Andréa practiced trademark law at a global law firm and in-house for the licensing unit of a major sports league.
Andréa has been a speaker/panelist at various legal conferences on topics such as client feedback, legal project management and leveraging competitive intelligence for business development.
New York University School of Law J.D. (1994) magna cum laude, Order of the Coif
Cornell University B.S., Biology (1988)
LiveOnNY, Volunteer and Speaker
Cornell University, College of Human Ecology Alumni Association, President (2020-2022)
Cornell University Council, Member
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