Wendy is an experienced trial attorney with a focus on complex real estate and business disputes. Her clients value her direct, take-charge style and practical approach to representation.
Her clients include lenders, utilities, developers, business owners and property owners and managers, which she represents in a full range of contract and real estate matters, including contract, lien, easement, unlawful detainer and quiet title actions.
A member of the firm’s Litigation Practice, Wendy has also handled high-stakes business torts and employment litigation, personal injury and wrongful death cases, asbestos defense, and other complex matters in the financial services, health care, real estate and construction industries.
A member of the firm's Title Insurance practice, Wendy represents numerous title insurance companies and their insureds in a full range of disputes including insurance coverage, bad faith, escrow, negligence, lien priority, boundary line and quiet title actions.
Every case is evaluated and given a personalized approach that reflects the client’s needs, interests and budget. When a case demands an aggressive approach, Wendy is a tenacious advocate for her clients. When the smartest and most strategic course of action for her clients is to settle, Wendy is pragmatic, efficient and proficient at orchestrating an effective resolution.
Before Fox Rothschild
Wendy’s love for trial work began in law school when she tried dozens of cases (most solo) during two externships with the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.
After graduating from U.C. Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), Wendy joined Riddell Williams where she was a shareholder when the firm merged with Fox Rothschild.
Beyond Fox Rothschild
Wendy is an accomplished cyclist and has ridden multiple times across the United States and in Europe. She is also an avid hiker, skier and traveler.
Honors & Awards
- Named a "Washington Rising Star" by Thomson Reuters (2009-2019)
- Named to "Washington Rising Stars" Women's Edition by Super Lawyers (2018-2019)