Frank Monterosso focuses his practice on complex civil litigation, representing corporate and institutional clients in a wide variety of litigation matters, including securities enforcement and general liability defense.
His experience includes researching and drafting legal memoranda and dispositive motions; interviewing witnesses; preparing and managing cases for mediation; and attending conferences, hearings and arbitrations.
Mr. Monterosso's client representations include:
- defending various religious organizations in civil litigations
- defending corporations in class action litigations
- representing financial institutions in internal investigations and responding to regulatory inquiries
- defending international companies in arbitration disputes
While in law school, Mr. Monterosso served as an associate editor for the Villanova Law Review. His article, “Protecting the Children: Challenges That Result In, and Consequences Resulting From, Inconsistent Prosecution of Child Pornography Cases in a Technical World,” was published in the University of Richmond Journal of Law and Technology. He was also a member of the Clinic for Asylum, Refugee and Emigrant Services (CARES), where he represented and won asylum for a Liberian citizen and her family, who were severely persecuted in their homeland. As a student, Mr. Monterosso was an active member of the Justinian Society of Philadelphia – a legal organization comprised of attorneys, judges and law students of Italian-ancestry.
He served as a judicial clerk for the Hon. Ronald C. Nagle in the Chester County Court of Common Pleas.