Wesley College (B.A., summa cum laude)
Widener University School of Law, Delaware Law School (J.D.)
- New Jersey
- U.S. District Court, District of Delaware
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- Alpha Chi National College Honor Scholarship Society, member
- Phi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Society, member
- Richard S. Rodney American Inn of Court
- Delaware State Bar Association
- American Bar Association
1201 N. Orange Street, Suite 300
Wilmington, Delaware 19801
Direct Dial: 302-416-3344
Email: [email protected]
Sarah Ennis is an Associate at the Wilmington, Delaware office. Sarah focuses her practice on civil litigation and commercial and corporate litigation, and has significant litigation experience in all levels of Courts in Delaware, including the Delaware Court of Chancery.
Sarah is experienced in corporate law and governance litigation including breach of fiduciary duty claims, corporate control issues, mergers and acquisitions litigation, actions involving the interpretation of charter provisions and bylaws, stockholder appraisal actions, actions involving directors’ and officers’ requests for advancement and/or indemnification, demands for inspection of corporate books and records, and demands to compel meetings of stockholders and other actions regarding stockholder voting rights.
Additionally, Sarah has represented businesses, insurance companies, fiduciaries and individuals in breach of contract actions, and has significant experience litigating employment disputes, including claims involving employment agreements and non-compete agreements.
Prior to joining Gellert Scali Busenkell & Brown, Sarah worked as an Associate at two mid-size Wilmington law firms. While attending Widener University School of Law (Delaware Law School), Sarah served as a Bluebook Editor on The Delaware Journal of Corporate Law.
Prior to law school, Sarah graduated with honors from Wesley College, where she was President of the Lincoln-Jackson political science club and a member of the honors program.