Danilo Borgas is a multi-lingual attorney with substantial experience litigating single-party, multi-party, and collective actions before state and federal courts and administrative agencies, including complex employment law and business/commercial disputes. His background includes experience in regulatory compliance, alternative dispute resolution, and computer technology. Danilo prides himself in offering creative and thorough solutions to his clients in a practical and cost-effective manner.
Prior to joining Peabody & Arnold, Danilo practiced law at a boutique law firm in Rhode Island where he primarily represented individuals and employers with respect to various wage and hour, discrimination, retaliation, leave acts, and unemployment benefits matters, including providing counseling, litigating matters through all stages, and engaging in alternative dispute resolution.
Danilo attended law school on a full academic and leadership scholarship where he earned multiple awards for achieving the highest grades in litigation and public interest law classes.
Prior to law school, Danilo worked in the banking industry for approximately seven years as a dispute representative and a quality analyst.
Danilo is fluent in Portuguese and Spanish.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
State of Rhode Island
United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts
United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island
Roger Williams University, J.D., 2014
Johnson and Wales University, B.S., magna cum laude, 2011
Boston Bar Association
Massachusetts Bar Association
Rhode Island Bar Association
Borgas, Danilo A. et al. “Chapter 5: Accommodation and Leave Issues.” A Practical Guide to Employment Law in Rhode Island. Edited by Lynette Labinger and Mark A. Pogue. Boston: MCLE, Inc., 2016. Pages 5.1-5.60. Print.
Rhode Island Legal Services: Board of Directors (2017 – Present)
When he is not diligently representing his clients, Danilo enjoys spending time with his wife and two young daughters, going on family outing to local museums and parks, playing the drums, working out, reading, and volunteering at his church.