Rebecca Musarra is a principal at Grant & Eisenhofer. Ms. Musarra’s practice includes securities, corporate governance, and consumer protection litigation, and other complex class actions.
Ms. Musarra has helped achieve significant recoveries for investors and consumers. In Delaware Chancery Court, she has participated in a number of consequential derivative and shareholder class action cases. She also has considerable experience pursuing successful books-and-records investigations on behalf of stockholders pursuant to 8 Del C. § 220. Ms. Musarra’s practice has also included appraisal actions in Chancery Court, including as a member of the trial team in In re Appraisal of Dell Inc. In federal court, she has litigated stockholder securities cases and class action cases on behalf of investors and consumers. As a member of the Co-Lead Counsel team representing a class of insurance beneficiaries, Ms. Musarra litigated claims against health insurers in federal court for ERISA violations relating to coverage for treatments for mental health and substance use disorders; settlement of the matter resulted in a $7 million fund for payment of allegedly improperly denied claims and barred defendants from resuming use of challenged medical necessity criteria. She also played a principal role in pursuing fiduciary claims against entities and individuals associated with Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. on behalf of investors.
As part of her pro bono activities, Ms. Musarra represents juvenile immigrants in court and before federal agencies, and volunteers with the Medical Reserve Corps of Philadelphia.
Prior to joining G&E, Ms. Musarra worked as an appellate law clerk to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Virgin Islands in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.
Ms. Musarra received her J.D. degree from American University Washington College of Law in 2009, where she served as a member of the American University Law Review, was elected to Order of the Coif, and graduated summa cum laude. She obtained a B.A. in international relations from the College of William and Mary in 2003. Between college and law school, Ms. Musarra served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Chad, Central Africa.