Listee Features — Law


A seasoned attorney with many years of experience in construction, contract, environmental, international, maritime and civil law, Patricia McGarvey Rosendahl excels of counsel with Greenberg Traurig LLP. In her practice, she focuses on construction and environmental matters while advising clients on governmental regulations and environmental aspects in public and private construction projects, oil and gas recovery projects, insurance coverage matters and remediation projects, among other issues. Prior to her current appointment, she gained valuable expertise in the field as an attorney with Coats Rose, with which she served between 2005 and 2011. During the early years of her career, Ms. Rosendahl worked for the Texas Department of Health, where she was recruited to numerous task forces by the Texas attorney

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Mary Platt


Mary F. Platt, Esq. has served of counsel at Fineman, Krekstein & Harris, PC since 2014, and has represented corporate clients in a variety of matters involving contract claims, shareholder and partner disputes, attorney malpractice claims, toxic tort claims, product liability claims, antitrust claims, intellectual property, trade secrets and restrictive covenants. She has extensive experience working on individual cases, as well as class actions pending before state and federal trial and appellate courts, and has represented individuals and companies across many industries including pharmaceutical, software, chemical, oil and gas, and real estate. Ms. Platt also has experience serving as a mediator. As a judge pro tem in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Commerce Court program, she is often requested

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Inspired by the show “Matlock” at the young age of 4, Tracee Duthie pursued a career in law, which has culminated in her current role as an attorney with Van Law Firm in Las Vegas. Since 2018, she has specialized in general civil litigation, insurance defense litigation, additional insured litigation, construction defect litigation, personal injury law, slip and fall cases, medical malpractice, product liability and HOA super priority liens. In addition to delivering a successful brief to the Nevada Supreme Court, Ms. Duthie has tried cases before district and justice courts, as well as bench trials. Throughout her career, she has successfully settled multi-million dollar cases, and advocated in the defense and plaintiff arenas. Prior to joining Van Law Firm,

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Inspired by her father, an anti-trust lawyer, Andrea Halverson Harper was encouraged to follow in his footsteps. She first affiliated in the field as an accountant manager for Carmichael Lynch from 1995 until 1997 before joining JuryScope as a consultant for two years. She subsequently became an associate with Vinson and Elkins, where she held the role of an associate from 2002 until 2011, upon which she became counsel. Three years later, Ms. Harper became the assistant general counsel for Pepco Holdings, an Exelon Company, where she remains today. In pursuit of her legal ambitions, Ms. Harper earned a Bachelor of Arts from Harvard University in 1995. Following this accomplishment, she received a JD from the University of Virginia School

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Victoria Kurtz


Having aspired to be a lawyer since she was 12 years old, Victoria Watson Kurtz, Esq., serves as an associate attorney with Johnston Law, with which she specializes in all areas of employment and labor law, contract law, and general medical malpractice and complex personal injury practice. Since 2018, she has also worked as a yoga instructor. Prior to obtaining her current positions, she found success as the associate general counsel for Hire Quest, LLC from 2017 until 2018, a law clerk for the Steinberg Law Firm and a student research assistant for Prof. Jorge R. Roig of the Charleston School of Law from 2016 until 2017. Earlier, she was active as a clerk for the Akim Anastopoulo Law Firm

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An expert in sales and trading, asset and wealth management, Sonia K. Han Levovitz has been on the path to become a lawyer since college. Today, she is very happy where she is, and loves the firm and wants to continue to do her job as well as she can every day. Since 2006, Ms. Levovitz has been the managing director/senior vice president and of general counsel of equity derivatives at Jefferies Group LLC in New York, as well as a secretary for Jefferies Investment Advisers LLC since 2010. Her company is an American multinational independent investment bank and financial services company, which provides clients with capital markets and financial advisory services, institutional brokerage, securities research and asset management. This

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Martha Gifford


The sole practitioner of the Law Office of Martha E. Gifford in New York since 2007, Martha E. Gifford is an esteemed attorney who focuses her practice on antitrust law and related representation before federal and state agencies. As an antitrust counselor with extensive experience in advising and assisting in structuring business decisions on pricing, distribution, promotions, mergers and joint ventures, her goal is to achieve the best possible commercial results while minimizing competition law risks. Ms. Gifford also boasts extensive expertise in book publishing, music rights, specialty chemicals, pharmaceuticals, health care products distribution, among other areas. She has provided representation before the antitrust division, the Federal Trade Commission and the state Attorneys General. Ms. Gifford’s career in antitrust law

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Sabrina Glimcher


Drawing on years of expertise in banking, mergers and acquisitions, and aircraft finance, Sabrina P.R. Glimcher serves as chief commercial counsel of Global Jet Capital. She excels within the aviation company as its senior counsel, having maintained activity in this position since 2016. She liaises with cross-functional teams to document and close complex corporate aircraft financing transactions around the globe. She also assists in corporate governance, general financing and legal entity management matters. As a child, Ms. Glimcher traveled often, which piqued her interest in the aviation industry. When she was 9, she took a trip to Tel Aviv on a 747800, which is the third-largest passenger aircraft. In 1994, the Israeli airport did not have traditional gates yet, so

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