Danilo A. Borgas
- Rhode Island Bar Association
- Massachusetts Bar Association
- Boston Bar Association
- Rhode Island Legal Services: Board of Directors (2017 – Present)
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.
Danilo A. Borgas
Danilo A. Borgas is a Shareholder at Sinapi Law Associates, Ltd and has been part of our team since 2013. He is a multi-lingual employment law and complex litigation attorney focused on management counseling, drafting compliant workplace policies and handbooks, and representing employees in discrimination, leave acts, and wage and hour litigation as well as unemployment appeals. Danilo has substantial experience litigating single-party, multi-party, and collective actions before state and federal courts and administrative agencies. He also practices in the areas of employer/business liability and risk assessment, business/commercial litigation, and general litigation. With a background 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 rejoining Sinapi Law Associates, Ltd. as a Shareholder in 2019, Danilo practiced law at Peabody & Arnold LLP, one of Boston’s oldest and leading law firms, where he focused on providing advice/counsel, risk assessment, and litigation defense to employers and businesses.
Danilo is a graduate from Johnson and Wales University. He received his Juris Doctor (J.D.) from Roger Williams University School of Law where he earned multiple awards for achieving the highest grades in litigation and public interest law classes. Prior to attending law school, Danilo worked in the banking industry for approximately seven years in dispute resolution, quality analysis, and compliance.
Danilo is fluent in Portuguese and Spanish. He is licensed to practice law in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.