Rebecca Muff Randolph


For more than ten years, Rebecca Muff Randolph has successfully represented plaintiffs and defendants in complex litigation in state and federal courts across the nation, including at the trial and appellate levels. Her practice is focused on complex commercial litigation, with an emphasis on director and officer liability, auditor and accounting malfeasance, and fiduciary litigation. Rebecca has represented clients in an array of business litigation matters, including actions for breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duties, construction defect and delay claims, bad faith, and fraud. Additionally, Rebecca has represented bankruptcy trustees in matters relating to fiduciary litigation and fraudulent transfer and preference claims.

Rebecca utilizes her accounting background to resolve sophisticated financial matters at all phases of litigation and arbitration. She has significant experience in internal corporate investigations, overseeing litigation and contractor compliance matters, and investigation of complex financial transactions to assess potential claims against fiduciaries and other third parties.

Representative Matters

Served as outside Assistant General Counsel overseeing litigation and compliance matters for multi-million-dollar financing company.

Obtained $10 million settlement for Chapter 7 Trustee in connection with breach of fiduciary duty claims against private equity firms, director, and officers in connection with bankruptcy of oil and gas special purpose entities.

Successfully obtained early $2.3 million settlement from private equity firm in connection with on behalf of plan administrator of reorganized debtor in Chapter 11 adversary proceeding.

Recovered hundreds of thousands of dollars for bankruptcy estate in connection with fraudulent transfer and preference actions on behalf of Chapter 7 Trustee, including several settlements over $100,000.

Defended agricultural financing company in connection with wrongful termination claims brought by former cofounder-employee, involving complex phantom stock and incentive unit and ownership benefits issues.

Pursued litigation against directors and officers of steel manufacturing and commercial galvanizing company, leading to favorable settlement for investor clients.

Investigated and pursued litigation against real estate consultants, investment advisors, attorneys, auditors, and other fiduciaries to determine causes of hundreds of millions of dollars in real estate investment losses for a large public pension system client.

Successfully pursued litigation against auditors and fiduciaries in multiple lawsuits arising from embezzlement scheme perpetrated by investment fund managers.

Successfully represented heavy civil, commercial, and waterworks general contractors in multiple litigation and arbitration matters relating to prompt payment, delay, and construction defect claims.

Represented international clients in cross-border litigation relating to production and delivery of agricultural goods used in food production and oil and gas applications.

Successfully represented publicly traded insurance company in a federal bench trial and subsequent appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit involving a $10 million life insurance fraud.

Defended residential and commercial builders in construction defect, payment, and lien disputes.

Successfully represented real estate developer against fraudulent misrepresentation claims brought by homeowners relating to structuring of a special utilities district created to recoup development costs in the form of property assessments.

Advised and defended financial services company in investigation by insurance departments and a state Attorney General.

Represented general contractor relating to contract rights and delay claims in connection with construction of hospital owned by public entity.

Successfully represented airline parts sales company owner-managers against fraudulent transfer claims brought by bankruptcy trustee.