Dalia, a top real estate attorney, joins Scarinci Hollenbeck

Commercial real estate and litigation attorney Daniella D. Dalia has joined Scarinci Hollenbeck's Red Bank, New Jersey office.

Commercial real estate and litigation attorney Daniella Dalia has joined Scarinci Hollenbeck, the firm announced Tuesday. She will work out of their Red Bank office.

Dalia, who has become known as a go-to attorney among circles of entrepreneurs and business owners in the Monmouth County area, brings extensive experience in handling complex commercial litigation and real estate matters for clients in various industries.

About Scarinci Hollenbeck

With a growing practice of more than 60 experienced attorneys, Scarinci Hollenbeck is a regional alternative to a National 250 law firm. With offices in New Jersey, New York City, and the District of Columbia, it aims to serve the niche practice areas most often required by institutions, corporations, entities, and the people who own and control them.

“Developing solutions for complex problems has long been a passion of mine and I have been fortunate to build a career on this passion,” she said. “I am thrilled to bring my practice over to the firm and expand my capacity to better support my clients.”

Since the beginning of her career, Dalia has maintained a focus on complex commercial litigation. She began with emphasis on representing lenders, creditors, receivers, and trustees and eventually expanded her practice to serve clients in a variety of other industries including pharmaceuticals and construction.

In addition, Dalia developed a robust commercial real estate practice, routinely representing architects, commercial landlords, developers, and contractors in the acquisition, development, financing and construction of real property assets.

Don Pepe, chair of the firm’s commercial real estate section, said Dalia is a welcome addition.

“Ms. Dalia is a well-rounded attorney who makes an excellent addition to our team in Red Bank and we look forward to our continued collaboration,” he said.