Managing Member
199 E Montgomery Avenue
Suite 100
Rockville, MD 20850

Phone: 202.350.4270 x101
Fax: 202.351.0544

Tracy represents individuals, businesses, and non-profits in class, commercial, consumer, false advertising, mass torts, and whistleblower litigation. She is also a AAA certified arbitrator and mediator. Tracy writes, speaks and counsels regularly regarding business, consumer and cyberliability matters.  She also serves as the Manager of the Montgomery County Maryland Office of Consumer Protection.


Bar Membership:
District of Columbia
George Washington University, J.D.
University of Maryland-College Park, B.S.
Professional Associations:
District of Columbia Bar (Past Co-Chair of Antitrust and Consumer Steering Committee)
District of Columbia Circuit (Advisory Committee on Admissions and Grievances)
American Bar Association (Section of Dispute Resolution)
D.C. Consumer Rights Coalition (Director)
  • Introduction to Food Law and Hot Topics (NACA Webinar, April 2016)
  • Data Security/Privacy Class Actions: Identifying and Mitigating the Expanding and Evolving Risks (Strafford Webinar, December 4, 2014)
  • Litigating Data Breach Putative Class Action Suits (ALI/CLE September 29, 2014)
  • Growing Class Action Threat: Breaches of Consumer Personally Identifiable Information, Minimizing Litigation Risk and Maximizing Insurance Coverage (Strafford Webinar, March 18, 2014)
  • Consumer Privacy, Data Security, and Cyber Liability (District of Columbia Bar, February 26, 2014)
  • Developments in Class Action Litigation 2014 (DC Bar Continuing Legal Education Program, January 14, 2014, December 9, 2014)
  • Ethical Responsibilities of Class Counsel to Class Representatives, the Class and Objectors (National Consumer Law Center, November 10, 2013).
  • Privacy Class Actions on Intentional and Negligent Data Breach: The Litigation Tsunami (Legal Webinar Group of Strafford Publications, November 12, 2013).
  • Beyond The Consumer Protection Procedures Act: Little Used Consumer Statutes (District of Columbia Bar, July 31, 2013).
  • The Consumer Protection Amendment Act – An Introduction to the New D.C. Consumer Protection Law (District of Columbia Bar, June 14, 2013).
  • Class Actions on Data Breach and Privacy on the Rise (Legal Webinar Group of Strafford Publications, December 7, 2011, January 24, 2013).
  • Data Breached – Coming to a Network Near You: Security & Privacy Seminar Series (October 26, 2011).
  • Moderator and Panelist for DC Bar Continuing Legal Education Program: Foreclosures in the District of Columbia from Modification, to Mediation to Litigation (June 7, 2011).
  • The Grayson Decision and Beyond (DC Bar Continuing Legal Education Program, March 1, 2011).
  • Developments in Class Action Litigation 2010 (DC Bar Continuing Legal Education Program, December 9, 2010).
  • The NetDiligence Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum: Data Breach Liability: An Unstable Legal Environment (HB Litigation Conference, June 7, 2010).
  • Private Attorney General Actions and Beyond: Recent Court Decisions Interpreting the D.C. Consumer Protection & Procedures Act, District of Columbia Bar, Antitrust and Consumer Law Section (May 25, 2010).
  • Summer 2006 Brown Bag luncheon presentation at the District of Columbia Bar, Antitrust and Consumer Law Section focused on “representative” actions brought by “private attorneys general” pursuant to the District of Columbia Consumer Protection Procedures Act.
  • Avandia – Current Litigation, Status of the MDL and Future Trials (HB Litigation Conference March 26, 2009).
  • Summer 2009 D.C. Superior Court Training Seminar on District of Columbia Consumer Protection Procedures Act.
Published Works:
  • Resnikoff and Rezvani, Why Are the District’s Gas Prices So High? Allegations of Price-Inflating, Anticompetitive Conduct Continues to Raise Questions about DC Gasoline Distributors, DC Bar Voices (June 3, 2014)
  • From Marbury to Rasul: Two Centuries’ Expansion on the Question of Jurisdiction, 1 IABA Review 10 (Winter 2005).
  • The Plight of Padilla: The Impact of Supreme Court Decisions on the Future of Detainees, 2 IABA Review 12 (Spring 2006).
  • Class Counsel: Conflicts Between Duties To the Class Representative And To The Class, ABA Antitrust Compliance Bulletin, (Vol. 1, No. 4 November 2007).
  • CAFA Used to Maintain a Non-Class Case in Federal Court, Class Action Fairness Act Blog, (17 October 2008 ).