As Partner and Director of Litigation Procedures (East Coast), Tracy works closely with the heads of the firm’s litigation team in the day-to-day management of the firm’s East Coast litigation portfolio and the implementation of firm litigation policies and procedures. Tracy brings more than 20 years of litigation experience to her role.
Prior to assuming her current position, Tracy was an associate with PIB Law with a practice focused primarily on representing financial institutions in mortgage banking litigation.
Prior to joining the firm Tracy was an associate with Shain, Schaffer & Rafanello, P.C., where she managed the daily operations of the firm’s mortgage deficiency and judgment collection practice. She also regularly defended banks and mortgage lenders against claims arising under consumer banking and mortgage protection legislation. Beyond the realm of banking, Tracy has represented municipalities in various aspects, including condemnation matters and property tax issues.
Tracy started her legal career with the law firm of Atkinson & Atkinson in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, practicing primarily in the area of matrimonial law.
Community & Professional
“Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias: A Lawyer’s Ethical Obligation of Fairness, Justice & Morality”, client CLE
“The Revised New York Uniform Rules for the Supreme and County Courts”, PIB Law CLE
“New York Appellate Division: New Statewide Rules and E-Filing Requirements” PIB Law CLE
- Eastern District of New York Provides Guidance on Challenges to Tenant Hardship Declarations Under CEEFPA12.06.2021
- First Department Shortens Deadline for Perfecting Appeals of Commercial Division Orders Relating to Discovery Disputes11.05.2021
- New York’s Chief Administrative Judge Offers Further Guidance for New York Eviction Proceedings; Legislators Seek to Extend “Hardship Declaration” Moratoriums to October 31, 202108.26.2021
- U.S. Supreme Court Enjoins New York Courts From Staying Evictions Based Upon Self-Certified, COVID-19 Hardship Declaration Filings – What Will Happen Next?08.16.2021
- U.S. Supreme Court Enjoins Part A of New York’s COVID-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Act of 202008.13.2021
- Client Alert: New Jersey State Courts Enter Next Phase of In-Person Court Operations, Including Resumption of Commercial Landlord Tenant Trials06.08.2021
- Tracy DeWitt, Scott Parker and Ben Raindorf Co-Author New York Law Journal Article on New York Court of Appeals Resolves Divisions in the Acceleration and De-acceleration of Mortgage Loan Debt03.03.2021
- New York’s Appellate Division, Second Department Issues Perfection Deadlines for Non-Actively Managed Civil Matters07.08.2020
- New York’s Appellate Division, Second Department Issues Briefing Deadlines and Updated Skype Protocol06.12.2020
- New York’s Chief Administrative Judge Announces Lifting of Ban on Filing New, Non-Essential Matters in New York City and Surrounding Counties05.21.2020
- New York’s Appellate Division, Second Department Issues New Administrative Order Rescinding Administrative Order 2020-0317.2, and Setting New Deadlines for All Pending Motions05.08.2020
- Federal Court Decision: No Private Right of Action Under the CARES Act, and Lenders May Impose Restrictions on Loan Eligibility04.22.2020
- New Jersey
- New York
Rutgers University School of Law
University of New Brunswick in Canada, LL.B.
University of New Brunswick, B.B.A.