Tyson & Mendes Expands Sexual Torts Practice with Addition of New York City Prosecutor Danielle Pascale

Tyson & Mendes Expands Sexual Torts Practice with Addition of New York City Prosecutor Danielle Pascale


New York, New York (October 11, 2022)Tyson & Mendes LLP – one of the nation’s fastest-growing insurance and civil litigation defense firms, announced today the addition of Danielle Pascale as a partner in the firm’s New York office. She focuses her practice on the defense of entity defendants where sexual torts are alleged, including sexual assault and child sexual abuse.

Pascale has 21 years of litigation experience as a New York City child abuse and sex crimes prosecutor. She has tried numerous felony sex crimes cases and is renowned in the areas of forensic interviewing of children, child homicide investigation and prosecution, child sexual abuse dynamics, preparing child witnesses for court, protecting children from predators, and educating children on the dangers of the Internet.

“It is exciting to welcome a trial attorney with Danielle’s caliber of experience and caring to our already exceptional Sexual Abuse, Assault, & Molestation practice, and we are pleased to expand this practice to serve our clients on the East Coast,” said Tyson & Mendes Strategic Managing Partner Robert Tyson. “Danielle’s knowledge and passion for seeking justice for all is an asset to our clients in this highly sensitive field of law.”

Formerly, Pascale served as the Deputy Bureau Chief of Child Abuse and Sex Crimes in the Bronx County District Attorney’s Office and oversaw the prosecution of child abuse cases.  Additionally, she was part of a multidisciplinary team at the Bronx Child Advocacy Center, where she worked closely with members of the New York City Police Department and Child Protective Services to investigate and prosecute all forms of child sexual and physical abuse, including child homicide.

To help educate and promote the prevention of child abuse in her community, Pascale organized an annual Child Safety Fair. She also led an initiative to promote safe sleep practices to reduce the rate of infant deaths with the Bronx Safe Sleep Taskforce.

Pascale received her Bachelor of Arts in political science from Pace University in New York. She received her Juris Doctor from the City University of New York where she was the president of the Children’s Rights Committee and participated in moot court.

Tyson & Mendes is celebrating 20 years of protecting its clients’ interests and delivering justice both inside and outside the courtroom. With 18 offices across the country serving 19 states, it is one of the fastest growing civil defense firms in the U.S. The firm is proud to offer one of the fastest and clearest paths to partnership of any mid-sized law firm in the U.S. and is honored to be the No. 1 “Ceiling Smasher” in Law360’s 2022 Glass Ceiling Report for female equity partnership.

For more information and to view career opportunities, visit www.tysonmendes.com.


About Tyson & Mendes LLP
Celebrating 20 years of taking back justice for all, Tyson & Mendes LLP is a nationwide, AV-rated litigation and trial firm specializing in insurance defense and protecting its clients from Nuclear Verdicts®. Robert Tyson and Patrick Mendes founded the firm in 2002 to defend corporations, insurance companies, and their clients in civil litigation matters. The firm has experienced tremendous growth in the past two decades, with offices across the U.S. serving clients in Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Iowa, Illinois, Massachusetts, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Tennessee, Utah, Washington, and Wisconsin.

The firm is most widely recognized for winning the landmark Howell v. Hamilton Meats California Supreme Court case, which forever changed the state’s litigation landscape by significantly impacting the damages a plaintiff may recover. Robert Tyson is also the author of the Amazon Bestseller Nuclear Verdicts®: Defending Justice for All, the first playbook for the defense on how to avoid runaway jury verdicts.

For more information, visit www.tysonmendes.com.


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