Daniel E. Bonilla
Areas of Practice
– Honors: Seton Hall Law Review, Executive Editor
– Recipient of the Raymond Del Tufo, Jr., Constitutional Law Award for the highest average in constitutional law
– Seton Hall Mock Trial Team, Member
– Latin American Law Students Association, Member
– Publication: “Dearly Departed: An Analysis of the Departure Bar Under Mendiola v. Holder and William v. Gonzales”,
42 SETON HALL L. REV. 275 (2012)
– Publication: “The Standard of Proof for Trademark Abandonment”, N.Y. BAR ASSOC., Bright Ideas, Vol. 20, No. 2 (Fall 2011)
NJ Fed (DNJ). Admitted: 12/28/12.
NY State. Admitted: 06/2013. New York
Intern, Judge Salas, June 2010 to Aug. 2010
Daniel E. Bonilla, Associate
Mr. Bonilla joined Stone & Magnanini LLP in 2016. He focuses his practice on areas such as complex financial fraud litigation, business torts, health care compliance and whistleblower law, D&O and securities litigation, unfair competition and antitrust, civil and criminal tax fraud and IRS investigations, and insurance law.
Before joining Stone Magnanini, Mr. Bonilla clerked for the Hon. Douglas M. Fasciale, J.A.D. and was an associate at Connell Foley LLP. Mr. Bonilla is a 2005 graduate of the University of Louisville and received his J.D. with honors from Seton Hall University School of Law in 2012. While at Seton Hall, Mr. Bonilla was the Executive Editor of the Seton Hall Law Review, received the Raymond Del Tufo, Jr., Constitutional Law Award for the highest average in constitutional law, participated on the Mock Trial Team, and was a member of the Latin American Law Students Association. He contributed his time as a research assistant to Professor Lori Nessel, Director of the school’s Center for Social Justice, and Professor Linda Fisher, and interned for the Hon. Esther Salas, then-U.S.M.J.
Mr. Bonilla is an active member of his local community where he volunteers to assist in projects and events. He is also an appointed member of the Hanover Township Economic Development Advisory Committee, the Whippany River Watershed Action Committee, and the Morris County Economic Development Corporation’s Life Sciences Subcommittee.