Biography

Tammy has been on the forefront of the development of alternative entity law, and clients trust and depend on her deep knowledge and experience to help them navigate the complexities of that evolving area of law.  She speaks frequently on relevant issues and topics and has litigated many of the leading cases in this area.  She also has broad experience litigating a variety of corporate disputes. She is trusted by her clients to navigate the complexities involved in litigating cases involving alternative entities and corporations and to effectively prepare and present arguments on their behalf. Clients rely on her creativity and ability to focus on the critical issues at each stage of the litigation to help them formulate an effective litigation strategy and to achieve optimal results.

Focus:

  • Disputes related to alternative entities, including limited partnerships and limited liability companies, involving breach of fiduciary duties and the elimination or limitation of such duties, breaches of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, books and records actions, control and buyout and dissolution and winding up.
  • Disputes involving corporate mergers and acquisitions, going private transactions, proxy contests, valuation and appraisal issues, indemnification and advancement proceedings and stockholder access to books and records.
  • Disputes involving trade secret misappropriation and non-competition agreements.

Education

  • Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law  (J.D., summa cum laude)
  • Kutztown University  (B.S.)

Bar Admissions

  • Delaware

Distinctions

  • Order of the Coif

  • Brenda Joan Ruggiero Memorial Scholarship, Recipient

  • Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy, Recipient

Memberships and Affiliations

  • Delaware State Bar Association, Subcommittee on Alternative Entities, Member

  • Chair of ABA LLCs, Partnerships and Unincorporated Entities Litigation Subcommittee