Leslie is experienced in commercial and personal litigation including:
- Breach of contract
- Commercial collections
- Disputes of board directors, shareholders and members of limited liability companies
- Child support and alimony
- Custody and guardianship
- Pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements
- Property divisions, including the valuation of closely held businesses
In addition to her work as a litigator, Leslie serves as a neutral assessor, mediator and arbitrator.
Before Fox Rothschild
Leslie served as the Director of Legal Affairs for the Family Court of the State ofDelaware. As Director of Legal Affairs, Leslie conducted temporary contact and divorce hearings, provided counsel to the Chief Judge and Court Administrator, drafted Family Court rules of civil and criminal procedure and drafted legislation.
Beyond Fox Rothschild
Leslie serves as a volunteer attorney for Delaware Volunteer Legal Services and the Office of The Child Advocate. In addition, she served as a coach for the Delaware Futures High School Mock Trial team.
Delaware Family Law & Trial Practice Blog
Join Leslie as she navigates Delaware’s Family Court, Superior Court and Court of Common Pleas, identifying new cases and developments, providing analysis, outlining the implications of court decisions and offering step-by-step commentary of the trial process.
Delaware Chancery Law Blog
The Delaware Court of Chancery is widely considered the preeminent forum for resolving disputes involving the internal affairs of the multitude of Delaware corporations and other business entities through which a vast amount of the world's commercial affairs is conducted. Join Leslie as she guides you through the complex landscape of legal issues and analysis arising before this court.
Podcast — Alternative Dispute Resolution
Arbitration, mediation and neutral assessment are alternatives to litigation that can efficiently, effectively and expeditiously resolve even the most complicated disputes.
In this podcast, Leslie is joined by Fox Partner Vincent Poppiti for a discussion of some of the fundamentals of ADR, including the differences between mediation and arbitration, and explain why the flexibility and efficiency of many ADR processes is preferred to fighting battles in court.
Honors & Awards
- Selected for inclusion in “Women Leaders in the Law” by ALM (2015)
- Included in the list of Delaware's top lawyers in Delaware Today magazine (2012, 2013)