Working at the intersection of law and science for over a decade, Stephanie Salek has represented large pharmaceutical, automotive, oil, and consumer products companies in products liability and toxic tort litigation in both federal and state courts across the country. Her experience includes all phases of litigation through trial.
Often described as exceptionally thorough and detail-oriented, Stephanie has authored a wide variety of motions and briefs, including summary judgment, motions to dismiss, and motions in limine on substantive, procedural, and evidentiary issues such as statutes of limitations, Iqbal/Twombly pleadings, forum non conveniens, failure to prosecute, products liability claims, breach of warranties, misrepresentation claims, preemption, punitive damages, exclusion of expert testimony, and discovery issues. Her experience also includes witness preparation, drafting expert witness direct and cross examination outlines, and taking depositions, as well as representing pro bono clients in family law and immigration matters.
Stephanie is also dedicated to the development and grooming of younger talent as she formally manages and mentors the firm’s associates and serves on the firm’s Recruitment Committee.
Graduating summa cum laude from Middlebury College, Stephanie was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. She also spent a semester attending the Universidad de la Sede Prim in Madrid, Spain, where she honed her Spanish language skills.