Daniel D'Ambrosio advises clients on the increasingly complex and interconnected challenges, risks and opportunities for businesses and other stakeholders presented by the developing business and human rights agenda.

Daniel provides advice and training to boards, senior executives and in-house counsel as well as sustainability and other business professionals on the legal, commercial, social and reputational risks created by human rights impacts in line with domestic and international standards, including the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the OECD Guidelines. He works with clients to develop effective human rights strategies and to identify and manage salient human rights risks across investment planning and business relationship screening processes, policy development and implementation, due diligence and risk assessment, supply chain management and in designing grievance mechanisms.

His particular focus is working with clients to meet stakeholders’ expectations with respect to human rights while also navigating a complex transnational legal, financial and reputational risk agenda.

Daniel joined DLA Piper as a dedicated business and human rights lawyer. He is also a member of the International Bar Association's Business and Human Rights Advisory Group.