Alisha’s clients have included individuals and businesses in various industries, including food, fashion, health care and pharmaceuticals, insurance, law, construction, and consulting, and she successfully has litigated cases involving a variety of legal issues and subject matters, including contract and statutory interpretation, employment and discrimination claims, unfair competition and corporate raiding, partnership disputes, securities law, and fraud.
Alisha works with her clients to develop smart litigation strategies and pragmatic solutions to tough problems, always considering her clients’ business interests and tailoring her approach to their individual needs and goals.
Selected for inclusion in the Super Lawyers - New York Metro Edition Rising Stars List (Business Litigation), (2014 - 2018)
News & Publications
•Alisha McCarthy, litigation associate, addresses artificial intelligence (AI) and analytics on a Thomson Reuters/Westlaw Edge webcast being held on Wed., December 5, 2018 12 Noon EST.
•Super Lawyers (2018)
Seventeen Phillips Nizer attorneys were announced on September 13, 2018 as selected for inclusion on the 2018 New York Metro Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists. Attorneys represented a cross-section of several practice areas and industry teams.
•Decision Leaves Fate of Employee Class Actions to Congress and the Court of Public Opinion (Legal Intelligencer)
•Super Lawyers (2016)
On September 21, 2016 it was announced by Super Lawyers that twenty-three Phillips Nizer attorney were selected for inclusion on the 2016 Super Lawyers and 'Rising Stars' lists. This is the second consecutive year the firm has had twenty-three lawyers recognized.
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