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Elizabeth C. Roggio

Liz is an associate in the Government Relations and Political Law Groups, and is a member of the Firm’s Business and Finance Department. Liz advises a wide range of clients regarding their interest with city and state government, securing opportunities for governmental business relationships and navigating bureaucratic and legislative obstacles. She regularly advises political organizations, non-profits, and corporate clients on structuring and managing their political activities to ensure compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations. Liz oversees the Firm’s Campaign Finance Compliance Group, assisting candidates, PACs and elected officials on record keeping and regulatory reporting requirements.

Additionally, Liz advises businesses and non-profit organizations in a wide variety of corporate, finance, and governance matters.  Liz has experience representing companies in mergers and acquisitions (representing both sellers and buyers), corporate finance, business formation and governance, joint ventures, private equity offerings, real estate and other commercial transactions.

Elizabeth C. Roggio

Associate
Business and Finance Department
267.443.4107
215.568.0140
lroggio@kleinbard.com

Education

Brooklyn Law School (J.D., 2015)
Order of the Barristers
Moot Court Honor Society – ABA National Team Member
Associate Managing Editor, Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial and Commercial Law

Lehigh University (B.A., 2005)

 

 

 

 

Professional Highlights

Recognition and Accomplishments

Liz was recognized as a 2018 Pennsylvania Rising Star by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers.

Prior Experience

Prior to joining Kleinbard, Liz was an associate at Dilworth Paxson LLP.

Liz worked for Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) beginning with his first Senate run in 2006. In addition, she has managed a federal congressional campaign, and coordinated several statewide policy and advocacy initiatives. She has worked extensively with candidates and advocacy groups to structure and manage their compliance with federal election commission rules and regulations.

Memberships

Liz is a member of the Governance Committee of the New Century Trust, a women’s leadership and advocacy organization in Philadelphia.

Representative Matters

  • Regularly represent federal political committees in federal election commission enforcement and arbitration proceedings, as well as ongoing campaign finance compliance and communications and advertising responses
  • Serve as political counsel to several elected officials in Pennsylvania and New Jersey
  • In Election Code challenge, sought and received court order removing lieutenant governor candidate from the ballot because of his ineligibility for office under the Pennsylvania Constitution
  • Represented a manufacturing company in a $100 million asset sale to a financial buyer
  • Represented restaurant franchisee in the leasing and financing of several restaurants throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey
  • Represented a fintech company structuring a $20 million private offering
  • Represented strategic investors in structuring a pledge fund and drafting transaction documents

Elizabeth C. Roggio

Associate
Business and Finance Department
267.443.4107
215.568.0140
lroggio@kleinbard.com

Liz is an associate in the Government Relations and Political Law Groups, and is a member of the Firm’s Business and Finance Department. Liz advises a wide range of clients regarding their interest with city and state government, securing opportunities for governmental business relationships and navigating bureaucratic and legislative obstacles. She regularly advises political organizations, non-profits, and corporate clients on structuring and managing their political activities to ensure compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations. Liz oversees the Firm’s Campaign Finance Compliance Group, assisting candidates, PACs and elected officials on record keeping and regulatory reporting requirements.

Additionally, Liz advises businesses and non-profit organizations in a wide variety of corporate, finance, and governance matters.  Liz has experience representing companies in mergers and acquisitions (representing both sellers and buyers), corporate finance, business formation and governance, joint ventures, private equity offerings, real estate and other commercial transactions.

Representative Matters

  • Regularly represent federal political committees in federal election commission enforcement and arbitration proceedings, as well as ongoing campaign finance compliance and communications and advertising responses
  • Serve as political counsel to several elected officials in Pennsylvania and New Jersey
  • In Election Code challenge, sought and received court order removing lieutenant governor candidate from the ballot because of his ineligibility for office under the Pennsylvania Constitution
  • Represented a manufacturing company in a $100 million asset sale to a financial buyer
  • Represented restaurant franchisee in the leasing and financing of several restaurants throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey
  • Represented a fintech company structuring a $20 million private offering
  • Represented strategic investors in structuring a pledge fund and drafting transaction documents

Education

Brooklyn Law School (J.D., 2015)
Order of the Barristers
Moot Court Honor Society – ABA National Team Member
Associate Managing Editor, Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial and Commercial Law

Lehigh University (B.A., 2005)

 

 

 

 

Admissions

Pennsylvania

Professional Highlights

Recognition and Accomplishments

Liz was recognized as a 2018 Pennsylvania Rising Star by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers.

Prior Experience

Prior to joining Kleinbard, Liz was an associate at Dilworth Paxson LLP.

Liz worked for Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) beginning with his first Senate run in 2006. In addition, she has managed a federal congressional campaign, and coordinated several statewide policy and advocacy initiatives. She has worked extensively with candidates and advocacy groups to structure and manage their compliance with federal election commission rules and regulations.

Memberships

Liz is a member of the Governance Committee of the New Century Trust, a women’s leadership and advocacy organization in Philadelphia.