MORGAN P. ARONS
Associate
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MORGAN P. ARONS Associate
Morgan Arons is a litigation and intellectual property associate.  Her practice focuses on commercial and complex civil litigation in both state and federal courts, including consumer class actions and intellectual property disputes.

Previously, Morgan was a judicial intern to the Honorable Berle Schiller of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and a research assistant to the Honorable Andre M. Davis for the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit.
 

Professional Activities

Morgan is actively involved in Women At KDW, an affinity group dedicated to enhancing the professional development of female associates at the firm. She helps organize quarterly training, networking, business development, and community service events.
 
Member of the litigation team that successfully represented a national testing laboratory at the New York Court of Appeals, which answered two certified questions from the Second Circuit Court of Appeals concerning whether a duty of care was owed and whether a fraud claim was stated in favor of the laboratory.

Member of the litigation team that obtained unprecedented award of sanctions against Nigeria for failing to comply with post-judgment discovery regarding its assets in the United States in an action to enforce a multi-million dollar arbitration award and foreign judgment confirming the award for Continental Transfert Technique Limited.

Member of the litigation team that won summary judgment for a private health sciences university.

Member of a team representing a famous apparel, home furnishings, fragrances, and accessories designer in arbitration and ongoing proceedings before the Southern District of New York.
 

Pro Bono

Worked pro bono at the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) as a student attorney where she assisted in the representation of deaf and hard of hearing individuals who experienced discrimination.

Member of a pro bono team that successfully represented a habeas petitioner in his appeal to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit relating to a Jackson v. Denno violation.
 

About

Morgan Arons is a litigation and intellectual property associate.  Her practice focuses on commercial and complex civil litigation in both state and federal courts, including consumer class actions and intellectual property disputes.

Previously, Morgan was a judicial intern to the Honorable Berle Schiller of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and a research assistant to the Honorable Andre M. Davis for the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit.
 

Professional Activities

Morgan is actively involved in Women At KDW, an affinity group dedicated to enhancing the professional development of female associates at the firm. She helps organize quarterly training, networking, business development, and community service events.
 

Experience

Member of the litigation team that successfully represented a national testing laboratory at the New York Court of Appeals, which answered two certified questions from the Second Circuit Court of Appeals concerning whether a duty of care was owed and whether a fraud claim was stated in favor of the laboratory.

Member of the litigation team that obtained unprecedented award of sanctions against Nigeria for failing to comply with post-judgment discovery regarding its assets in the United States in an action to enforce a multi-million dollar arbitration award and foreign judgment confirming the award for Continental Transfert Technique Limited.

Member of the litigation team that won summary judgment for a private health sciences university.

Member of a team representing a famous apparel, home furnishings, fragrances, and accessories designer in arbitration and ongoing proceedings before the Southern District of New York.
 

Pro Bono

Worked pro bono at the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) as a student attorney where she assisted in the representation of deaf and hard of hearing individuals who experienced discrimination.

Member of a pro bono team that successfully represented a habeas petitioner in his appeal to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit relating to a Jackson v. Denno violation.
 
Publications
December 2016 | Books
Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts (4th Ed. 2016)