Rebecca Faith Bratter is a shareholder with Greenspoon Marder's Litigation practice group, where, as a member of the firm’s Complex Litigation and Class Action Defense practice, she focuses on the defense of class actions involving non-profit debt management, for profit debt-settlement, and consumer trade practices. Ms. Bratter assists clients with litigation involving highly regulated industries including healthcare, consumer finance, debt settlement, labor and employment and securities, and defends against federal and state government investigations for hospitality, timeshare, consumer finance and other industries.
Ms. Bratter serves as the Practice Group Chair for the firm's Banking & Finance Litigation practice group. Additionally, she is the Litigation Manager and a member of the firm's Executive Litigation Committee. Ms. Bratter is also a member of the firm’s Management Committee, which is responsible for various firm issues such as hiring, firm accounting, and also serves on both the firm’s Diversity Committee and Foundation Committee.
Prior to joining Greenspoon Marder, Ms. Bratter worked for Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, where she attended committee meetings on the Hill with Senate and Congress. Ms. Bratter later moved to Washington D.C., where she worked as an intern for the Chair of the Democratic National Committee and as a White House intern for three years, serving on the committee to re-elect President Clinton. During which time, she traveled with the president throughout the east coast, campaigning for his second term of office.
While attending Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad Law Center, she served as an executive board member of the Moot Court Honor Society. Ms. Bratter is a member of the Broward County Bar Association, Florida Association for Women Lawyers and the Broward County Women Lawyers’ Association.
In December of 2012, she started a charitable foundation called Kids Can, an organization that is based on the concept of kids ages 3-9, helping other kids and to unlock the potential in children, by empowering them to give back to the community and enrich the lives of those who are less fortunate. Ms. Bratter has also been involved in raising funds for the Young at Art Museum, where she also serves on the board of directors. Young At Art works to champion the importance of art in children’s lives, regardless of their physical, developmental or financial capabilities. In addition, she has worked with ArtREACH, a nationally awarded after-school art and academic enrichment program for homeless children in Broward emergency and transitional shelters.
She was admitted to The Florida Bar in 2003. Prior to obtaining her law degree, cum laude, from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center, Ms. Bratter earned her B.A. in International Affairs from the George Washington University, Elliott School of International Affairs.