Sarah Schnorrenberg is an associate in Weil’s Complex Commercial Litigation practice, where she focuses on litigating commercial and restructuring disputes in courts around the country.
Sarah’s recent experience includes serving on Weil teams representing:
- The New York City Regional Center in a variety of commercial litigation disputes arising out of infrastructure projects in New York City.
- A U.S. venture capital fund as plaintiff in a ~$65M dispute and related litigation in Delaware federal court arising out of the fund’s investment into a medical device company.
- A private equity fund in defending a lawsuit in California federal court brought by former executives of a portfolio company.
- Briggs & Stratton Corporation, the world’s largest small engine producer and a leading U.S. manufacturer of power generation, lawn and garden turf care, and job site products, in its chapter 11 case involving over $500 million in funded debt.
Sarah also has an active pro bono practice, including work with the Innocence Project and serving on the Weil team bringing a religious discrimination suit against the Town of Clarkstown, N.Y.
Sarah received her J.D. from Columbia University, where she was a member of the Columbia Human Rights Law Review and served as Executive Articles Editor of the Jailhouse Lawyers’ Manual. During law school, she served as a judicial intern for the Hon. Ketanji Brown Jackson, then of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. She received her B.A., summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, from The College of William and Mary.