Stephanie DiVittore is a member of the firm’s Creditors’ Rights and Litigation Practices. She concentrates her practice in the area of litigation, with a focus on commercial, banking, special counsel, tax assessment and land use law, as well as commercial workout litigation. She has handled commercial litigation on behalf of businesses across a variety of industries, banks, school districts, insurance companies, municipalities and municipal authorities.
She also has represented various financial institutions with respect to collection matters, as well as litigation over commercial lending transactions and lender liability actions.
Her experience in commercial litigation and land use law involves business disputes, lender liability, construction claims, tax assessment appeals, zoning disputes, discrimination and Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) claims.
Stephanie’s family law practice includes:
- Divorce and custody litigation
- Consultation and drafting of agreements, pleadings and other documents related to divorce and equitable distribution
- Pre-nuptial agreements
Stephanie has tried cases in front of federal and state courts, as well as in front of administrative panels such as the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Environmental Hearing Board, Board of Claims, Public Utility Commission, Unemployment Compensation Board of Review, Support Masters, Custody Conciliators and Divorce Masters.
While she pursued her law degree at Villanova University, she worked as a psychiatric assistant for care of children and teens at a Lebanon County inpatient behavioral health care facility.
- Middle District of Pennsylvania Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, member
Dauphin County Bar Association
Lebanon Valley Conservancy, Inc.
Solid Waste Association of North America, former member
Pennsylvania Planning Association, former member
- Centerior Service Company v. Acme Scrap Iron; Metal Corporation: Cost Recovery or Contribution in the Sixth Circuit?
Fundamental Change In Waste Disposal Law: The Supreme Court Issues A Decision Making It Much Easier For Government To Require Waste Disposal At Specific Public Landfills Despite Increased Costs To Consumer
Talkin’ Trash – What Happens Here, Stays Here
Who Decides What Constitutes a Public Charity? (January 2013)
- A View from the Bench: Practical Advice for Bankers on Pennsylvania and Federal Bankruptcy Litigation, LendiCon 2021 (April 2021)
Stay at Home, Harrisburg Regional Chamber; CREDC Webinar (May 2020)