Ms. Evans represents financial institutions, corporate and government entities, and individual clients in matters in federal and state courts throughout the United States, and has represented clients at all phases of litigation, including pre-litigation counseling and investigation, motion practice, requests for injunctive relief, discovery, trial and appeal, and at mediation and arbitration. Ms. Evans also advises clients in assessing business transactions and strategies designed to avoid litigation and manage risk.
Ms. Evans chairs the firm's Philadelphia office Inclusion Committee. She is also admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Ms. Evans is a 2012 cum laude graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School, and a magna cum laude graduate of Duke University.
•Duane Morris LLP
- Associate, 2012-present
Honors and Awards
•Listed in Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Stars, 2017-2019
•Part of the Duane Morris team awarded the first TD Bank U.S. Legal Champion Award
Selected Speaking Engagements
•Speaker, Fraud on Your Finance Department - Risks, Rules and Recommendations for Preventing Bank Account Frauds, Association of Corporate Counsel - Greater Philadelphia’s 11th Annual In-House Counsel Conference, Philadelphia, April 24, 2019
•Speaker, Retail Fraud: Costs, Claims and Other Considerations - overview of sources of retail fraud affecting banks and related business impacts, Mar. 31, 2017
•Speaker, Why Inclusion Matters - considerations on diversity and inclusion in the workplace, Feb. 22, 2017
•Speaker, An In-House Counsel Perspective - recommendations on working with in-house law departments, Feb. 10, 2017
•Speaker, Know Your Customer - requirements for Bank Secrecy Act / Anti-Money Laundering compliance programs, Mar. 16, 2016
•Speaker, Maintaining the Privilege: Practice Issues and Real-World Examples - privilege considerations for in-house counsel, Feb. 11, 2015; Mar. 11, 2016
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