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Rebecca Lamberth

Partner at
Duane Morris LLP

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Georgia, New York

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Biography

Rebecca M. Lamberth is co-head of the Commercial, Securities and Antitrust division of Duane Morris' Trial Practice Group. Ms. Lamberth practices in the area of securities and complex commercial litigation. She represents public and private companies, including REITs, with extensive experience in complex business and securities litigation, securities disclosure and corporate governance. Ms. Lamberth has defended companies and corporate officers and directors, lawyers, accountants and other professionals. Her clients include law firms, real estate investment trusts, global financial services companies, distributors and major insurers and insurance brokers.

Ms. Lamberth also advises public company clients on securities disclosure, corporate governance and D&O insurance issues and represents corporate clients before the SEC. A significant portion of her practice is dedicated to advising and representing lawyers facing potential liability.

Atlanta Magazine named Ms. Lamberth a Georgia Super Lawyer in 2006 through 2013. She also was listed in the Super Lawyers Corporate Counsel Edition. She is a Master of the Joseph Henry Lumpkin American Inn of Court.

Ms. Lamberth frequently represents lawyers and law firms, providing counseling and training on professional conduct rules, recent opinions in law firm cases and aw firm risk management. She has successfully defended lawyers and law firms in disciplinary matters and legal malpractice and other professional liability claims, including claims alleging fraud, conspiracy and aiding and abetting client misconduct.



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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • Georgia
  • New York

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