Abraham Reich and Stephanie Resnick Recognized by Benchmark Litigation as Pennsylvania Litigation Stars For Third Consecutive Year

October 21, 2014 – In The News
Benchmark Litigation

Abraham C. Reich, co-chair of Fox Rothschild LLP, and Stephanie Resnick, a member of the firm’s Executive Committee, have been noted as Local Litigation Stars for Pennsylvania in the latest edition of Benchmark Litigation, the Guide to America’s Leading Litigation Firms and Attorneys.

Benchmark focuses exclusively on the litigation market and gathers its research from a six month period, where researchers conduct extensive interviews with litigators and clients, identifying the leading firms and litigators.Research also consists of examining recent casework and peers opinions.

Reich’s practice involves all aspects of business litigation, including antitrust, securities, trade secrets, intellectual property matters, legal ethics and professional responsibility, alternative dispute resolution other corporate matters. Reich also represents lawyers and serves as an expert witness in legal ethics, professional responsibility, and law firm matters.

Reich also represents lawyers and serves as an expert witness in legal ethics, professional responsibility and law firm matters.

In her practice, Resnick counsels individuals, corporations and boards of directors on all aspects of complex business litigation in state and federal courts. She has a particular fluency in directors' and officers' liability and corporate governance matters.

Among other things, Resnick also handles matters involving shareholder and partnership disputes, family business disputes, class actions, intellectual property, directors' and officers' liability, unfair business practices and competition, misappropriation of trade secrets, corporate governance, breach of fiduciary duty, health care/physician issues, employment related litigation, including restrictive covenants, defamation and media issues, ethics and professional liability and insurance and reinsurance issues.