Alaina Ingram is a senior associate in the firm’s New York office. Her practice focuses on complex commercial litigation for technology, consulting, healthcare, and consumer goods clients. She has experience in all aspects of litigation on matters involving trade secret, false advertising, breach of contract, and fraud.
Prior to joining Kelley Drye, Alaina was a judicial law clerk to the Honorable William H. Walls of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey from 2011 to 2012.
Center for Family Representation (CFR), Junior Board of Directors
Member of team representing global health information technology company in federal court case concerning trade secret misappropriation and false advertising of data products.
Member of team representing a national testing laboratory in licensing dispute concerning the sale of genetic testing kits that can predict the effectiveness of certain types of cancer treatments. At the conclusion of extensive discovery the case was settled on confidential terms.
Member of team representing a leading Indian information technology company in an ICDR arbitration involving a multimillion-dollar ERP software licensing and implementation dispute. The client prevailed after a 9-day arbitration hearing.
Lead associate representing a leading Indian information technology company in a litigation in California federal court involving the development of a property tax assessment system. The case settled in court-ordered mediation on the eve of trial.
Member of team representing national life insurance company in multiple matters relating to non-payment of premiums, fraud, material misrepresentation, and lack of insurable interest.
Member of team representing an international construction conglomerate in a federal bench trial. In a victory for the client, the judge dismissed plaintiff’s claims and awarded damages and attorneys’ fees on client’s breach of contract counterclaims.
Assisted with various false advertising and trademark matters.
Successfully represented a low-income woman in an uncontested divorce matter.
Successfully represented a client in a hearing before the Social Security Administration.