Stephanie Chomentowski has successfully tried a number of cases in state and federal court. She has represented clients in federal grand jury investigations, before government agencies, in mediation and arbitration, and in other adversarial proceedings. Stephanie’s litigation and trial practice is focused on favorably resolving a wide variety of issues for her clients, including complex business disputes, commercial litigation matters, intellectual property issues, defense of multimillion-dollar catastrophic liability cases, and white collar criminal defense matters. She has represented clients in a number of industries, including automotive, energy, and manufacturing.
Stephanie interned with the Honorable Jacob P. Hart, U.S. Magistrate Judge for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the Environmental, Health, and Safety legal department at Tyco International. At law school, she took first place in the 2005 I. Herman Stern Moot Court Competition, was Vice President of the Temple Moot Court Honor Society, was a staff member on the Temple International and Comparative Law Journal, and was awarded a scholarship for all three years.
Stephanie holds a civil engineering degree from the Pennsylvania State University. Before her law career, Stephanie managed construction projects for McKinstry Company, a nationwide mechanical engineering and construction firm. She also was a geotechnical and environmental sampling engineer for Advanced GeoServices Corporation, where, among other things, she collected contaminated soil, water, and other samples at regional Superfund sites and assessed foundations for new construction.
Outside the Firm
Stephanie enjoys spending time with her two young boys and vigorously cheering for them at all of their sporting events.