With experience in corporate law, commercial litigation and entertainment law, Rebecca brings a diverse background to the firm’s corporate and litigation practice areas. She began her legal career serving as a law clerk to Florida Supreme Court Justice R. Fred Lewis, focusing on constitutional, civil and criminal law issues. Thereafter, Rebecca entered private practice where she litigated contract, real property and commercial law disputes involving corporate finance, secured creditors, debtors and business owners in both state and federal trial and appellate courts. Her experience also includes representation of music industry artists with respect to their entertainment and intellectual-property law rights and interests. She continues to develop a diverse entertainment law practice at the firm.
Presentations and Publications
“Friends, Family, and Casual (Legal) Conversation,” Wake County Bar Association: Professionalism
Committee Blog, May 2017
“Young and Restless: Starting Out and Giving Back,” Wake Bar Flyer, 2017
“Tips for Training New Lawyers on Confidentiality,” Wake County Bar Association: Professionalism
Committee Blog, August 2016
“The Lodestar Ranger: Calculation Attorneys’ Fee Awards in Perdue v. Kenny A.,“ 5 Duke J. Const.
Law & Pub. Pol’y Sidebar 58 (2009)
Previous Legal Experience
Associate at Friedman & Frost, P.L., Miami, FL
Law Clerk to Justice R. Fred Lewis at The Florida Supreme Court