Rachel Frost is an attorney who dedicates her practice to high-exposure negligence matters, product liability and commercial litigation. Combining both her experience as a fierce litigator and her accolade as valedictorian of the Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University, she is uniquely positioned to assess and defend strategic corporate decisions in connection with complex litigation.
Rachel is a key contributor to the representation of numerous public business entities and global brands. Her involvement includes day-to-day case management, advising clients on pending legal matters, authoring briefs, drafting various pre-trial motions and researching complex legal issues. She also regularly conducts subpoena compliance, prepares discovery requests and responses and participates in depositions and pre-trial conferences.
Rachel’s prior experience in the practice areas of real estate and corporate transactions, redevelopment and land use, financial development and economic incentives and related litigation enable her to appreciate and prioritize corporate goals, risk profiles and legal risks.
While in law school, Rachel served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Esther Salas of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, New Jersey Office of the Attorney General and a Fortune 100 global provider of insurance and investment management.
Outside of the office, Rachel enjoys professing as a Business Law Professor at the Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University in the Department of Economics and Legal Studies. As a mentor in the Women in Business Organization at Seton Hall University, she regularly mentors and participates in speaking engagements catered to women aspiring to obtain coveted roles in the business world. Rachel enjoys traveling, exploring used bookstores and diving into a good read and collecting unique art and fashion pieces. She is also an avid Yankees and Dolphins fan; fins up!