Carrie G. Amezcua focuses her practice in antitrust and trade regulation counseling and transactions out of Buchanan’s Washington, D.C. office. Carrie counsels clients on a variety of antitrust matters, including pricing policies, joint ventures, exclusive contracts, distribution practices, patent misuse and state action immunity. She has advised clients in health care regarding joint ventures, state action immunity, transaction discussions and planning, Certificate of Public Advantage application and general antitrust risks.
Kimberly Arouh has more than 20 years of litigation experience to efficiently and cost effectively handle, from pre-trial to trial to appeal, any type of business litigation. She is dedicated to providing excellent client service, understanding the business of each of her clients and achieving her clients’ objectives.
Mackenzie A. Baird focuses her litigation practice on complex civil litigation, including commercial disputes and antitrust matters. She represents clients in a variety of litigation matters, including contractual disputes, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, misappropriation of trade secrets and other business tort claims.
Jan L. Budman II concentrates his practice on representing clients in a wide range of civil and commercial litigation matters. He has experience litigating in both state and federal courts and before various administrative agencies and commercial arbitration tribunals. Jan also has a noteworthy level of experience helping business clients navigate the bid protest process and other aspects of the Pennsylvania Procurement Code.
Christopher J. Dalton is a member of the Litigation and Labor and Employment sections at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney. His practice areas include defense of consumer fraud/false advertising class actions, employment matters, restrictive covenant/trade secret/non-competition lawsuits, commercial litigation and contract matters.
Patrick focuses his legal practice on business litigation matters, including trademark disputes, contracts, insurance and reinsurance, and creditors’ rights. He has experience working with expert witnesses, discovery practice, pleadings and motions practice.
Matthew Feeley focuses his practice on commercial litigation, at both the trial and appellate levels, and the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). He is Board Certified as an expert in International Law by The Florida Bar, which required him to pass a separate examination administered by the Florida Bar and undergo peer review for competence and professionalism in the practice of law – particularly in international law.
Robert represents a wide range of businesses in commercial litigation. He has litigated cases in the aviation, energy and natural resources, technology, industrial sales, financial institutions, construction, insurance coverage, accounting, engineering and real estate industries. Robert is Co-Chair of the Firm's E-Discovery Team.
Katie Goldman has a high level litigation practice which encompasses complex commercial matters, catastrophic personal injury and death cases, and litigation arising out of the construction, railroad, banking and natural resources industries. She spent the first six years of her career litigating personal injury and death cases in Charleston, West Virginia.
Geoffrey's litigation experience includes drafting briefs, arguing motions, taking and defending depositions, examining trial witnesses and conducting discovery. He has also provided corporate clients with advice regarding the Delaware General Corporation Law and the law effecting Delaware alternative entities.
Erin Lucas Hamilton focuses her practice on general commercial litigation, representing both plaintiffs and defendants in the full range of disputes affecting business, such as those involving commercial contracts, shareholder disputes, corporate governance, employment matters, insurance coverage and various tort-based claims.
Jennifer Olmedo-Rodriguez focuses her practice on commercial litigation and civil appellate litigation while utilizing the firm’s full-service national platform to counsel her clients. By coordinating and implementing a centralized and unified legal strategy, Jennifer meets her clients’ legal needs across diverse practice areas.
John Powell handles complex litigation, including a wide variety of complicated commercial disputes, intellectual property, white-collar criminal defense, securities and antitrust matters in federal and state courts around the country and in international arbitration.
Kenneth Racowski focuses his practice on the resolution of complex business disputes. He has litigated and advised clients in a diverse range of cases in federal and state courts and alternative dispute forums. Ken has handled all aspects of contract, business fraud, class action, intellectual property, mergers and acquisitions, competition, securities and banking, insurance, pharmaceutical and medical device and product liability litigation from inception through resolution, including significant first- and second-chair trial experience and post-trial appeals.
Howard D. Scher specializes in presenting complex law and facts to courts throughout the United States. He has achieved victories in the prosecution and defense of complex and sophisticated business litigation, including business torts, RICO, antitrust, franchise, intellectual property, securities, fraud, tax and accounting and class action and has a national reputation in these areas. He consistently achieves the goal of meeting the client's objectives.
Samantha focuses her litigation practice on complex civil litigation, including contractual disputes, antitrust matters, fraud, RICO, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, breach of fiduciary duty, misappropriation of trade secrets, restrictive covenants and other business tort claims.
Ashley Bruce Trehan handles complex commercial litigation and arbitration matters with a concentration on class action defense, managed care litigation, and multi-district litigation (MDL). Her practice also focuses on federal and state administrative law proceedings involving securities and health care regulations.