Danielle R. Everson



Ms. Everson's practice includes employment litigation and counseling, appellate work and intellectual property issues including trademarks.

Danielle developed her love for law as an intern at the Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office. Later, Danielle was privileged to clerk at the Court of Appeal, Second District, Division Six, where she gained practical experience and invaluable insight into writs and appeals.

Since her admission to the Bar, Danielle has handled a wide variety of litigation matters, including probate, construction defect, bankruptcy, real property, unlawful detainer, business and employment litigation. She has worked on several appeals and writs in the areas of employment law, trust litigation, business litigation, and family law.

Her litigation experience gives Danielle the tools to effectively resolve disputes with the greatest benefit to her clients, especially in employment law.

Danielle also has significant experience handling intellectual property issues including trademark registration, enforcing and policing copyright and trademark rights on the Internet and state and federal trademark prosecution. Danielle helps clients manage their trademark portfolios, offering guidance from registration through licensing and enforcement.

Danielle is admitted to the State Bar of California and the United States District Court for the Central District of California.


Danielle graduated with double degrees from California Lutheran University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. She graduated magna cum laude with Honors and received a CLU Academic scholarship for all four years. Danielle was also a member of California Lutheran University’s Women’s Collegiate Softball Team and was recognized as a NCAA and CLU Scholar Athlete.

In 2010 she received her law degree from Pepperdine University School of Law and graduated cum laude. In law school she received the Dean’s Merit Scholarship and the George A. Cavalleto Law Scholarship through the  Santa Barbara Scholarship Foundation. She was a member of the Phi Delta Phi legal honor society and obtained her Certificate in Dispute Resolution from the Straus Institute of Dispute Resolution. She served on Pepperdine's Moot Court Board and was also on the Dean’s List.

In her last year of law school, Danielle was chosen as a co-author of the Vincent S. Dalsimer Moot Court Problem, judged by Nicholas Phillips, the President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom.


Danielle is a board member of the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Oxnard and Port Hueneme. She is a member of the Ventura County Bar Association, Ventura County Trial Lawyers Association, Ventura County Barristers and the Camarillo Chamber of Commerce. Danielle was a past member of Jerome H. Berenson American Inns of Court, Ventura County Chapter.

In 2013, Danielle was recognized as one of Pacific Coast Business Times' "Top 40 under 40."

Born and raised in Santa Barbara, Danielle is an alum of San Marcos High School. In her free time, Danielle enjoys spending time with family and friends, taking bike rides to the beach, and playing and watching sports. Danielle is a lifelong Green Bay packer fan. She and her husband live in Camarillo.