Ms. Rena Andoh is an associate in the Business Trials Practice Group in the firm's New York office. She is also a member of the firm's Electronic Discovery Group and Technology Committee.
Area of Practice
Ms. Andoh has a broad-ranging litigation practice. Ms. Andoh has substantial trial and arbitration hearing experience, including acting as lead counsel/first chair trial counsel in complex commercial matters. Ms. Andoh also maintains an active appellate practice and has argued before courts such as the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and the First Department of the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division.
Subject matters litigated at the trial and appellate levels includes complex commercial, contract, intellectual property (including patent, trademark and copyright), trade secret/non-compete, employment, products liability, auditor defense, antitrust, securities, breach of fiduciary duty, class action, insurance recovery, legal malpractice, fraud, art provenance and ownership, interpleader, and clawback actions. In addition, she has experience with whistleblower claimants, internal investigations, and investigations by government agencies. Ms. Andoh has represented clients in the entertainment, financial, manufacturing, technology and pharmaceutical industries, among others. In addition to her substantial expertise with electronic discovery, Ms. Andoh routinely counsels clients on practical and legal issues relating to forensic preservation and analysis of electronic devices.
Ms. Andoh has extensive experience litigating in many state and federal jurisdictions, and has a particular expertise litigating in the Commercial Division of the New York State Supreme Court system. She routinely handles expedited litigation such as restraining orders, attachments, and injunctions. Ms. Andoh has additionally litigated matters before many international and domestic arbitration forums, including AAA (and the ICDR), JAMS, FINRA, and the ICC.
Prior to entering the legal profession, Ms. Andoh was a professional violist.
•Seymour Goldstein Memorial Prize for Achievement in Labor Law, 2003