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Amy Bond is a litigator focused on International Trade Commission Section 337 proceedings and commercial litigation, with experience in shareholder litigation matters. Ms. Bond’s experience covers all stages of litigation, including complaint development, fact and expert discovery, motion practice, trial, appeal, and remedy enforcement.

  • Representation of an oil and gas company and its former executives in securities litigation arising out of alleged misstatements concerning oil and gas reserves.
  • Representation of a steel company in an International Trade Commission investigation involving a claim of false designation of origin.
  • Representation of a consumer electronics company in an International Trade Commission investigation involving allegations of patent infringement.

Pro Bono

  • Briefed and argued an appeal of a child custody order in the DC Court of Appeals.
  • Won a hearing to obtain a civil protection order on behalf of a domestic violence survivor.
  • Litigated child custody, divorce, and domestic violence cases during a six-month pro bono rotation with the Neighborhood Legal Services Program.

Memberships and Affiliations

  • American Bar Association