Madeline C. Rea is an associate and a member of the Labor & Employment Law Department. She works on a variety of litigation matters and has experience in research, motions, depositions, discovery and trial preparation. She also represents financial institutions and counsels business entities.
Madeline’s practice focuses on class actions and complex ERISA litigation, and she handles matters involving both employee benefits and breach of ERISA fiduciary duty claims. She is also a contributor to Proskauer’s Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation blog.
Madeline graduated first in her law school class at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law and was a casenote/comment editor for the Loyola Law Review, which published her article "Lost Artifacts of the Incas: Cultural Property and the Repatriation Movement," 54 LOY. L. REV. 209 (2008).