Sylvie Rampal is an Associate in the Fort Lauderdale office, where she concentrates her practice on complex commercial litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Rampal worked in various capacities in the business and legal industry in Florida, New York, and London, England. While working at an AM Law 100 law firm, Ms. Rampal assisted with liability and compliance issues related to Brownfield Redevelopment as well as reinsurance litigation matters.
Ms. Rampal assisted with e-discovery disputes, securities litigation, and SEC regulatory compliance reviews for a business advisory firm. Ms. Rampal also has significant experience working at not-for-profit legal centers, handling matters in immigration, domestic violence, and poverty law.
Ms. Rampal’s experience in law, finance, and economics intersected while working for a public benefit corporation, where she assisted with legal and financing issues related to joint ventures between the City of New York and private developers that increased the public and affordable housing stock in New York City.
In addition, Ms. Rampal has extensive experience in public policy research for quasi-governmental agencies, policymakers, and an economic think tank. Specifically, while at the New York City Housing Development Corporation, she undertook research on housing, economic, and public finance matters.
Relatedly, while at the Adam Smith Institute, she undertook research on economic and tax policy issues. Outside of the law, Ms. Rampal has a passion for prosocial projects and service. Ms. Rampal regularly volunteers for a homeless outreach project at her church and has recently gone on a mission trip to Jojutla, Mexico.