Anne M. Madonia


Anne concentrates her practice in business and corporate law with an emphasis on domestic and international acquisitions and divestitures, corporate mergers, debt and equity financings, private placement offerings, private equity and venture capital transactions, and emerging businesses. 

Anne assists clients, from entrepreneurs and startups, to private equity funds, to middle-market and Fortune 500 companies, as well as foundations, associations, and institutions, in all aspects of their legal needs. Anne has extensive experience counseling clients in a broad array of business matters, including formation and governance issues, and capital investment, financing, and exit strategies. She has assisted clients with negotiating business contracts, including service agreements, supply agreements, confidentiality and non-compete agreements, licensing and commercialization agreements, and loan agreements.

Anne is involved with the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) and is a member of Philadelphia's ACG Women's committee. She is currently on the board of the Widener University Delaware Law School Alumni Association. She was the 2007-2008 chair of the Philadelphia Chamber's Young Professionals Network, and was the chair of the 2003 ImPAct Young Professionals Statewide Conference. Anne also served on the board of the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce in 2007. She was selected in 2004 to be on the Pennsylvania Super Lawyers list.

Prior to private practice, Anne was a corporate attorney for the H.J. Heinz Company in Pittsburgh. While in law school, Anne served on the editorial board of The Delaware Journal of Corporate Law.



Anne Madonia and Barry Boss Full-Tilt Settlement Featured in The Am Law Daily

August 28, 2012

Anne Madonia and Barry Boss Full-Tilt Settlement Featured in The Am Law Daily


Recent SEC Review of Accredited Investor Definition [Alert]

January 24, 2024

Germain DeMartinis and Anne Madonia discuss the SEC's recent report reviewing the definition of an accredited invested, as it is required to do at least every four years.

SEC Votes to Harmonize and Improve “Patchwork” Exempt Offering Framework [Alert]

November 05, 2020

Anne Madonia and Richard Busis discuss a series of amendments aimed at making the capital-raising process more “effective and efficient” by addressing “gaps and complexities” in the exempt offering framework that have created problems for issuers seeking to gain access to capital and investors looking to participate in investment opportunities.

SEC Expands the Definition of Accredited Investor [Alert]

August 28, 2020

Anne Madonia, Germain DeMartinis, and Richard Busis discuss recent updates to the definition of accredited investor made by the SEC to allow individuals to invest in unregistered private securities offerings based on certain professional certifications or designations or other credentials, rather than based on their wealth or income, as well as to expand the list of entities that will qualify as accredited investors.

Transitioning for the End of LIBOR [Alert]

February 24, 2020

Benjamin A. Bomrind, Anne M. Madonia, and Joshua C. Weinberger discuss this discontinuation of LIBOR and how clients should prepare.


  • Widener University Delaware Law School, J.D., 1994
  • Manhattanville College, B.A., 1991

Awards & Honors

Selected to Pennsylvania Super Lawyers 2004
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  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • Pennsylvania
  • American Bar Association
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Philadelphia Bar Association
  • Association for Corporate Growth, Member