Reginald L. Streater is an Associate at Berger Montague’s Employment & Unpaid Wages, Consumer Protection, and Predatory Lending and Borrowers’ Rights practice groups. In the Employment & Unpaid Wages practice group, Mr. Streater focuses on discrimination and wage and hour class and collective actions arising under state and federal law. In the Consumer Protection practice group, Mr. Streater focuses on consumer class actions concerning data breaches. Mr. Streater is a member of the Berger Montague’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Task Force. Before joining the Firm, Mr. Streater was an associate at a large regional law firm where his practice focused on commercial and complex litigation. His prior work experience also includes positions with the Pennsylvania Innocence Project and the District Office of State Representative Brian Sims of Philadelphia. Mr. Streater graduated from Temple University’s College of Liberal Arts where he studied Political Science and African American Studies. There he was inducted into Pi Sigma Alpha – the National Political Science Honor Society. Subsequently, Mr. Streater graduated from Temple University Beasley School of Law, where he was Staff Editor for Volume 31 of the Temple International & Comparative Law Journal. Mr. Streater has been published on topics that intersect race and the law from a critical race paradigm. Currently, Mr. Streater is an executive board member to the Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia, Co-Counsel to the Temple University Alumni Association, active member of his fraternity, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated, and was appointed and confirmed as a board member to the Board of Education of Philadelphia.