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Stradley Ronon Partners Selected As Litigation Counsel of America Fellows

July 01, 2015
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon Partner and Litigation Department Chair Michael D. O’Mara and Partner Danielle Banks have been selected as Fellows of the Litigation Counsel of America. The invitation-only trial lawyer honorary society is comprised of highly qualified, diverse and accomplished litigators who reflect the new face of the American Bar. Membership of the LCA represents less than one-half of one percent of American lawyers.

O’Mara is a recognized trial lawyer who focuses his practice on complex and contentious commercial disputes. He chairs Stradley Ronon’s 65-attorney litigation department and also serves on the firm’s board of directors. His experience covers a broad spectrum of commercial litigation, including financial services cases, merger and acquisition disputes, class actions, ERISA claims, and insurance and commercial real estate matters. O’Mara also counsels a number of nonprofit organizations, including religious, educational and health care organizations, on a wide variety of litigation-related matters.

A highly experienced trial lawyer, Banks represents companies and individuals in employment law matters, including claims brought under Title VII, Section 1981, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family Medical Leave Act and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act. She also defends clients in Section 1983, Title VI and Fair Housing Act matters. Additionally, her practice includes products liability litigation, as well as other complex commercial litigation.

About Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young –  

Counseling clients since 1926, Stradley Ronon has helped private and public companies – from small businesses to Fortune 500 corporations – achieve their goals by providing pragmatic, value-driven legal counsel. With seven offices throughout the mid-Atlantic region, our responsive team of more than 200 attorneys seamlessly addresses the full spectrum of our clients’ needs, ranging from sophisticated corporate transactions to complex commercial litigation.
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