|Wendy Rothstein is a partner with the Litigation Department in the Montgomery County office of Fox Rothschild LLP and has practiced in Montgomery County for more than 29 years. Her diverse litigation practice includes commercial and business litigation; alternative dispute resolution including commercial arbitrations and mediation; employment litigation involving restrictive covenants, trade secrets, fiduciary duties, defending employers targeted by employment discrimination lawsuit and defending wage and hour lawsuits; and real estate, tax assessment and land use and zoning litigation. As co-chair of Fox Rothschild's Tax Appeal Group, Wendy has represented both taxpayers and school districts throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in tax assessment litigation matters involving shopping centers, industrial facilities, office buildings, large residential properties, landfills, quarries, nuclear power plants, racetracks, casinos, cemeteries, cellular towers, airports and deed restricted properties. Widely known and respected in the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas, Wendy worked in the courthouse prior to law school and spent her entire legal career there since 1982. Wendy also served as chair of the firm's Montgomery County Litigation Department from 1996 through 2008. Wendy was also appointed by former Senator Rick Santorum to the Federal Judicial Nominating Commission, where she reviewed all applicant submissions and interviewed candidates for future vacancies on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. The commission's recommendations are ultimately submitted to the President for nomination to the Court. Wendy has served as a Court appointed Discovery Master since 2001. Wendy earned her J.D. from the University of Baltimore in 1982 and her B.S. from Temple University in 1978, graduating cum laude from both. Wendy currently serves on the Bar Association Judiciary Committee and has previously served as a Director and Chair of the Speakers Bureau. This past year she has coordinated the development of the curriculum for the civics in the classroom program and the 1L Summer Diversity Program.