Kessler Topaz is Proud to Recognize and Honor Women's History Month By Profiling Our Female Partners and Recognizing the Amazing Work They Do in Their Professional and Personal Lives
Throughout her over 20 years at the Firm, partner Robin Winchester has represented private investors and public institutional investors in federal and state stockholder litigation. She has helped to recover hundreds of millions of dollars for corporations and stockholders injured by purported corporate fiduciaries, some of which required financial givebacks by the wrongdoers. In addition to the monetary recoveries, Robin has successfully resolved dozens of cases which have required the implementation of extensive corporate governance reforms that will hopefully prevent similar misconduct from recurring, strengthen the company, and make the members of the board of directors more effective and responsive representatives of stockholder interests. Currently, Robin concentrates her practice in the Firm’s case development department with a focus on cases involving the federal securities laws, state law breaches of fiduciary duty and state and federal consumer protection laws.
Robin serves on the Firm’s Litigation Support Committee. She graduated from Villanova University School of Law and St. Joseph’s University, where she majored in Finance. After graduating from law school, Robin clerked in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Civil Division and then served a two year clerkship for the Honorable Robert F. Kelly, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. In her free time, Robin enjoys gardening, cooking, going to the shore, and spending time with her husband and son.