Washington, D.C. ,
Securities Litigation , Financial Services Law
DiCello Levitt Partner Roxana Pierce is an international attorney who brings a unique level of diversity and experience to her litigation practice, protecting investor rights and the rights of victims of consumer fraud, waste, and abuse.
Representing governmental and private pension funds, large institutional investors, attorneys general, international banks, asset managers, foreign governments, multi-national corporations, sovereign wealth funds and individuals, Roxana has served clients from more than 20 states and 82 countries, with extensive experience in the Middle East, Europe, and Asia. Zealous and passionate, Roxana advocates for her clients through litigation, arbitration, mediation, and in negotiations.
Roxana represents clients in consumer protection, securities, products liability, contracts, and other claims in private, group, and class actions. Prior to joining DiCello Levitt, Roxana became a seasoned attorney through her experience working on cases against the world’s largest pharmaceutical and automobile manufacturers as well as litigation concerning the 2008 global financial crisis. In addition, Roxana’s background includes contract negotiations for hundreds of projects, including several valued at more than $1 billion, with governmental and corporate leaders both foreign and domestic.
Deeply committed to serving her community, Roxana serves as Director and Board member to The Invisible Hand Foundation, Inc., which provides funding to Washington, D.C. and Maryland-area residents facing hardships. For her work with that organization, Roxana was honored by the National Center for Children and Families with the Humanitarian Spirit Award for Advocacy.
Built on a strong foundation of integrity and experience, DiCello Levitt devotes itself to justice for clients, large and small, through class actions, business litigations, personal injury cases, and whistleblower advocacy. Our lawyers are highly respected for their ability to litigate and win cases, whether for individuals who have suffered harm or global corporations that have taken unfair financial hits.