C&W Philadelphia Expands Commercial Litigation Department

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C&W is pleased to announce the recent expansion of its commercial litigation department with the hiring of Silvia M. Ferri and Stephanie L. Greenfield. All of C&W’s commercial litigation attorneys are barred and practice in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey and work on various business-related disputes.

Ms. Ferri joins C&W after having spent over twelve years at Levy, Angstreich, Finney, Baldante, Rubenstein & Coren. P.C. in Philadelphia. Her practice area at the Levy firm was concentrated in commercial litigation which encompassed a wide variety of legal matters including: breach of contract cases; collection matters; matters involving employment issues such as restrictive covenants, non-compete and confidentiality agreements, as well as due process issues; business torts such as intentional interference with a contract; consumer class actions; and legal malpractice cases. During those years, Ms. Ferri acquired and developed valuable skills regarding all aspects of litigation from the initial factual investigation and legal research of a matter, through the discovery process and motion practice (dispositive and non-dispositive), to trial preparation and appellate procedures.

Ms. Greenfield joins C&W following a clerkship with The Honorable Bill Mathesius in Trenton during his 2007-2008 term. Following her clerkship, Ms. Greenfield was employed as an associate attorney with the law firm of Lenox, Socey, Formidoni, Brown, Giordano, Cooley & Casey in Lawrenceville, New Jersey where she handled all aspects of pre-trial litigation, including research, writing legal briefs, taking and defending depositions, preparing and evaluating discovery, and making court appearances. Her areas of commercial litigation experience include contract claims, education law, employment law and general liability.

The attorneys at C&W are available at any time to discuss the commercial litigation needs you may have. Their experience over the years has touched on the following areas of the law:

  • Breaches of contract
  • Employment disputes
  • Business dissolutions
  • Interference with business relationships
  • Disputes over non-compete clauses
  • Civil RICO
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Franchise issues
  • Shareholder issues
  • Partnership disputes
  • Debt collection
  • Construction litigation
  • Real estate claims
  • Professional negligence 
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