Q: How do you measure success?
A: I had long admired my father’s career as a successful litigator in a top Philadelphia firm. He had made money and won multiple cases. But the way my father’s colleagues, partners and opponents alike spoke about him as he retired redefined for me the true meaning of success. “Your father is a fierce advocate, but you can trust him,” or, “It is a pleasure to work against him,” and “I learn so much just by being in the courtroom with him.” These words have been my guiding force over 25 years of practice. It is not about how much money you make or how many cases you win, but how you have treated yourself, your clients and colleagues in the process.
Serving the DC metropolitan area, Elyse is a skilled litigator and mediator, handling family law and commercial litigation matters.