Stefanie Reagan is a Senior Associate with Hickey Hauck Bishoff & Jeffers, PLLC. She spent the first 15 years of her career practicing in Florida with notable commercial litigation firms assisting clients in all manner of business disputes. Ms. Reagan’s practice includes a broad range of business issues and disputes, including contractual disputes, protection of confidential information and intellectual property, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, unfair competition, and other business claims, as well as bankruptcy claims.
She has broad experience representing clients in both state and federal court and complex Chapter 11 cases. Ms. Reagan also has experience representing clients pursuing appeals in state and federal appellate courts. Ms. Reagan has been recognized as a “Rising Star” in Business Litigation by Florida SuperLawyers in 2010, 2011 and each year in 2013 through 2015. She also was recognized as a “Top Up and Comer” in Appeals by the South Florida Legal Guide each year in 2011 through 2015.
Ms. Reagan brings to Hickey Hauck Bishoff & Jeffers, PLLC significant experience in complex commercial litigation, including breach of contract and business torts. Ms. Reagan has managed clients’ cases from inception of suit, including sending pre-suit demand letters, until resolution, including mediation or trial. Ms. Reagan has co-chaired jury trials and arbitrations, including preparing and examining expert witnesses.
Ms. Reagan also has significant experience in appellate law. Ms. Reagan began her career serving as a Staff Attorney to the Honorable Martha C. Warner on the Fourth District Court of Appeal in West Palm Beach, Florida. In private practice, Ms. Reagan continues to handle clients’ cases through appeal in both state and federal appellate courts. Ms. Reagan also served for three years on the Florida Bar’s Appellate Court Rules Committee.
Ms. Reagan also concentrates her practice in the areas of general civil litigation, commercial landlord-tenant, commercial foreclosure, and bankruptcy. She has litigated complex construction litigation involving design and construction defects and delay issues. Ms. Reagan also has pursued business tort claims on behalf of clients, including breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, tortious interference, shareholder derivative claims, partnership disputes, and defamation.
While in Florida, Ms. Reagan was a member of the Executive Women of the Palm Beaches. The Executive Women is an organization that is dedicated to the support and advancement of women in business and community leadership. Executive Women also raises funds through its charitable foundation to support the educational advancement of girls and young women who are less fortunate.
Ms. Reagan also served for three years on the grant review committee for the Susan G. Komen Foundation.