Rebecca joined the firm after practicing in Charlotte, North Carolina for several years. Rebecca is licensed in North Carolina and South Carolina and focuses her practice on commercial litigation. Since joining the firm, Rebecca has represented health care entities, commercial landlords, and businesses in North Carolina and South Carolina.
- Commercial Litigation
- Corporate Law
- Creditors’ Rights and Liens
- Collection and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments
- Commercial Landlords’ Rights
- Health Care Law and Litigation
- Employment Law
- Bankruptcy Law
- Marshall University, Psychology, B.A., Spanish, B.A., magna cum laude, 2007
- Pontifica Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Valparaíso, Chile, Spring 2007
- Universidad de Viña del Mar, Viña del Mar, Chile, Fall 2007, Certificate of Proficiency in Spanish
- El Congreso Nacional de Chile, Valparaíso, Chile — September 2007 – December 2007, Intern in the House of the Congress
- University of South Carolina, J.D., 2012
- South Carolina, 2012
- North Carolina, 2013
- U.S. District Court, South Carolina
- U.S. District Courts, North Carolina (Eastern, Middle, and Western)
Representative Experience and Cases
- Rebecca litigated a contentious three (3) week custody trial in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, receiving a verdict in favor of her client.
- Rebecca has litigated many multi-million dollar equitable distribution and alimony cases.
- Rebecca represented a surgery practice and successfully settled the case after deposing the defendant for the full amount of the claim, plus interest and costs.
Professional and Civic Activities and Honors
- University of South Carolina Pro Bono Program, Executive Board Member and Secretary
- CALI Award – Criminal Procedure
- South Carolina Women in Law member
- Phi Delta Phi
- Christ Church Episcopal, member
- Berens v. Berens, 247 N.C.App. 12, 785 S.E.2d 733 (2016)
- Berens v. Berens, 791 S.E.2d 651 (2016)
- Hamlet H.M.A., LLC d/b/a Sandhills Regional Medical Center v. Hernandez, 821 S.E.2d 600 (2018)
- Hamlet H.M.A., LLC d/b/a Sandhills Regional Medical Center v. Hernandez, 822 S.E.2d 637 (2019)