“Shelley’s winning legal experience, sound judgment, and leadership skills have earned the respect of the bench, her colleagues at the bar, and a diverse range of clients.”
John M. Elliott, Chairman & CEO of Elliott Greenleaf
WILMINGTON, DE – Elliott Greenleaf shareholder Shelley A. Kinsella has been appointed by the directors of Elliott Greenleaf as the managing shareholder of the Wilmington, Delaware office and a member of the board of directors of the firm. She is the first woman Managing Shareholder of a firm office.
As managing shareholder of the Delaware office, she succeeds Mark A. Kearney, who was recently sworn-in as a United States Federal District Court Judge for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. John M. Elliott, Chairman & CEO of Elliott Greenleaf stated: “Shelley’s winning legal experience, sound judgment, and leadership skills have earned the respect of the bench, her colleagues at the bar, and a diverse range of clients.”
Ms. Kinsella practices in the areas of corporate restructuring, employment law, and commercial litigation. A fellow in the American Bar Foundation which is limited to less than one percent of lawyers licensed to practice in each jurisdiction, she is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, the Delaware Bankruptcy Inns of Court, the Rodney Inns of Court, and the International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation. She is also a member, along with the firm, of the Minority Corporate Counsel Association Law Firm Affiliate Network (FAN).
About Elliott Greenleaf
Elliott Greenleaf is a law firm with offices located in Pennsylvania and Delaware with a national commercial litigation and insolvency practice with an emphasis on results and adding value to their clients’ needs and engagements. Our attorneys have significant winning experience in providing practical solutions and effective counseling in all business situations.
Elliott Greenleaf offers a variety of legal and business solutions, including:
Commercial and corporate litigation
Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency
General Corporate Law
Counseling to Boards of Directors
Internal corporate investigation
Employment law including, including ERISA and defense of Wage & Hour actions
Practice in specialized business courts, including the Delaware Court of Chancery and the Commerce Court of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.