As a member of the firm's Litigation Department, Ashley focuses her practice on commercial disputes and creditor’s rights. She has successfully represented clients in state and federal court proceedings, as well as magisterial district justice court.
Ashley handles mortgage foreclosures and assists creditors in collecting amounts owed in consumer and commercial matters. Ashley has successfully obtained and collected judgments in numerous common pleas arbitration matters.
Ashley also has experience representing various business organizations in complex commercial litigation matters and has had experience resolving e-discovery matters in federal court.
- Second chaired a week-long bench trial in which the team successfully defended a credit union in a lender liability suit wherein the plaintiff sought more than $300,000 in damages based on allegations of negligence, negligent misrepresentation and breach of fiduciary duty. The judge ruled in favor of the client and against the plaintiff on all counts against the client.
Beyond Fox Rothschild
Ashley is active in the Chester County Bar Association as a member of the Board of Directors, and previously served as Chair of the organization’s Young Lawyer’s Division. In her role as Chair of the Young Lawyer’s Division, Ashley serves as the District Coordinator for Chester County for the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Mock Trial. Ashley organized and ran this year’s competition, which involved fifteen teams from Chester County high schools. Ashley regularly volunteers in her community and participates in alumni events for the University of Richmond.
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Honors & Awards
- Named on SuperLawyers' list of "Rising Stars" (2013-2017)