christina m. reger
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Christina M. Reger focuses her practice on employment law, representing both employers and employees.

She regularly counsels businesses on how to comply with the barrage of new laws, regulations, opinions and guidance from federal and state agencies. Whether preparing policies, negotiating employment or severance agreements or simply answering questions about that problem employee, Ms. Reger is the trusted advisor to many small businesses that come to her for advice and counsel.

Ms. Reger has extensive experience in a variety of employment law litigation matters including breach of employment contract disputes, unfair competition, discrimination and harassment, enforcement of restrictive covenants, business divorces and a wide variety of other general commercial litigation matters.

Ms. Reger’s clients range from individuals, sole proprietorships and small businesses, to law firms, mid-sized companies, national corporations, and banks and insurance companies.

Representative cases:

Ms. Reger's representative matters include:

  • Representing a regional company in a racial and sexual discrimination suit brought by a former employee. The matter was removed to federal court and settled shortly after BLF filed its summary judgment motion on terms favorable to the client.
  • Representing a financial institution in claims against former employees for breach of restrictive covenant, misappropriation of trade secrets, conversion of confidential information, breach of the duty of loyalty and unfair competition.
  • Successfully disposed of a breach of contract claim against a national telecommunications company. The plaintiff claimed lost profits in the amount of approximately $5 million arising from the alleged breach of a subcontract to assist the defendant (as the prime contractor) in providing telecommunications services to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. BLF removed the case to federal court, eliminated several claims on a motion to dismiss and then, after discovery, briefed and argued a motion for summary judgment. Clark Resources, Inc. v. Verizon Business Network Services, Inc., 1:10-CV-1119, 2012 WL 1339697 (M.D. Pa. Apr. 18, 2012)
  • Successfully defended claims of breach of a letter of intent brought by an international pharmaceutical company against a small tech company. The matter was affirmed on appeal. Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, Inc. v. Core Tech Solutions, Inc., No. A-0646011T4 (App. Div. May 13, 2013)
  • Obtained a multi-million dollar jury award in a breach of contract case on behalf of real estate management company.
  • Successfully dismissed a declaratory judgment action against bank after removing matter to federal court. Chirik v. TD BankNorth, N.A., CIV.A.06-04866, 2008 WL 186213 (E.D. Pa. Jan. 15, 2008).
  • Compelling arbitration in a matter brought before the Bankruptcy Court in Delaware by a liquidating agent against an insurance company. In re Olympus Healthcare Grp., Inc., 352 B.R. 603 (Bankr. D. Del. 2006).

Professional affiliations:

2016 Smart CEO BRAVA! Award Winner

2017 Smart CEO Nominating Committee Member

National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), Executive Committee, Board Secretary

Forum of Executive Women Member

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Southeastern Pennsylvania Chapter

Eastern Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce Member, Former Ambassador, Membership Co-Chair

Your Executive Round Table, Executive Committee - Membership Chair

American Bar Assoc.

Pennsylvania Bar Assoc.

New Jersey Bar Assoc.

Philadelphia Bar Assoc.

Labor & Employment Committee of the Philadelphia Bar Assoc.

Women in the Profession Committee of the Philadelphia Bar Assoc.

Bar/Court admissions:

  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, 3rd Circuit
  • U.S. Supreme Court

Education:

  • Seton Hall School of Law (J.D.), Cum Laude
  • Seton Hall School of Law (M.S.J. in Health Law and Public Policy)
  • Rutgers University (B.S. in Administration of Justice), Cum Laude
  • Rutgers University (B.A. in Economics), Cum Laude

Ms. Reger earned her J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law. While attending law school, Ms. Reger was an Articles Editor for the Seton Hall Law Review. Ms. Reger interned for the Honorable Joel Pisano, in the Federal District Court for the District of New Jersey and for the Honorable Virginia A. Long (Ret.) in the New Jersey Supreme Court.

Ms. Reger also received a Master's of Science in Jurisprudence from Seton Hall University School of Law. Her thesis, entitled Corporate Compliance and Qui Tam Actions; Building a Guardrail Without Destroying the Structure focused on developing corporate compliance programs in the healthcare arena.

Ms. Reger graduated from Rutgers University as a Paul Robeson Scholar, with a Bachelor of Science in Administration of Justice and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics.

Awards and publications:

Ms. Reger was named an Emerging Leader  by the Bucks County Courier Times, The Intelligencer and the Central Bucks Family YMCA.  The Emerging Leaders program honors promising leaders from local businesses and organizations in Bucks or Montgomery Counties who demonstrate high value to their employers and are community minded.

Ms. Reger was awarded the 2016 Smart CEO BRAVA! Award, recognizing high impact business leaders who combine their irrepressible entrepreneurial spirit with a passion for giving back to the community, and are exemplary leaders of both their companies and their communities.

In 2016, Ms. Reger was named a Best Attorney in Business by Philly Biz Magazine in Employment Law recognizing "the top legal minds in Philadelphia."

In 2013, Ms. Reger was named a Rising Star by the Pennsylvania SuperLawyers, a peer evaluated recognition attributed to only 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state.

In 2004, Ms. Reger published the lead article in the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review entitled, Let's Swap, Copyright for Code. The Computer Software Dichotomy. For more information regarding this publication click here.

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