Practice Areas:Commercial Litigation, Securities Arbitration
Prior to joining GS2Law, Rushelle worked as a corporate intern at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Department of Dispute Resolution and as a judicial intern for the Honorable Duane A. Hart, New York State Supreme Court. In her time at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Rushelle concentrated in Business Law, with a specialization in the area of Securities, where she was student counsel for the Securities Arbitration Clinic.
- Drafted complaints and motions in federal securities litigations;
- Fighting trademark infringement and sale of counterfeit products by third party sellers on Amazon;
- Cease and desist letter drafting in copyright, trademark and counterfeiting matters;
- Large scale document review and discovery demands in a complex international litigation.
Bar of the State of New York (Bar Passed – Pending Admission)
J.D., Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Cum Laude
B.A., McGill University
Awards, Achievements and Publications
Senior Articles Editor for the Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution.
Note, Reining in Recalcitrant Broker-Dealers: Customers Negotiating with Broker-Dealers to Arbitrate Before Seeking Interpleader, 18 Cardozo J. Conflict Resol. 189 (2016).
Making Arbitration Work for Your Client, in Securities Arbitration 2016 (Sandra Grannum ed., 2016).
Attorneys Serving as Arbitrators: A Cautionary Tale About Disclosure, Neutral Corner, no.3, 2016, at 3.
FINRA’s Rulemaking Process: How You Can Participate, Neutral Corner, no.4, 2016, at 14.