Stephanie A. DeVos devotes her practice to environmental law and complex litigation, including product liability, toxic and environmental tort, and general liability matters.
Stephanie has extensive experience representing clients through all phases of litigation in New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut state and federal courts, including drafting pleadings, discovery, motions and appeals, and attending depositions, motion hearings, court conferences, meditations, arbitrations, and settlement conferences. Stephanie has handled matters involving CERCLA, RCRA, air emissions, underground storage tanks, and exposures to environmental contaminants, including asbestos, benzene, and lead paint.
Prior to joining the firm, Stephanie worked as an associate at two national law firms where she represented clients in product liability, toxic tort, premises liability, insurance coverage, general liability, and subrogation matters. She also served as the law clerk to the Honorable William L’E. Wertheimer, J.S.C. (Ret.), Superior Court of New Jersey, Union County, where she researched and drafted judicial opinions and served as a court-certified mediator.
While in law school, Stephanie was Notes & Articles Editor of the Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal and her Note, “The Google-NSA Alliance: Developing Cybersecurity Policy at Internet Speed” was published in its 21st volume. She also received the Archibald R. Murray Public Service Award magna cum laude for performing over five hundred hours of pro bono and community work as a student advocate in the Federal Litigation clinic and as a volunteer mediator resolving small claims cases in New York City.