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Om V. Alladi

Om V. Alladi

Associate

Om Alladi is an associate in the Litigation Department of the New York office.  Om’s practice encompasses a broad range of complex commercial litigation matters, including product liability defense, contract disputes, and insurance recovery actions. He has represented clients in a variety of industries in state and federal courts across the United States.

Om has experience with every stage of litigation, including drafting dispositive motions, taking depositions, preparing witnesses for depositions, and securing favorable outcomes at trial. Om has also been involved in preparing a diverse array of trial memoranda, from cross and direct examinations, to opening and closing statements. Most recently, Om was part of a trial team representing Johnson & Johnson in a high-profile talcum powder case that was resolved on highly favorable terms.

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Fifth Circuit Holds Failure to Mitigate is No Bar to Statutory Damages Under Copyright Act

Recently, copyright owners suing in the jurisdiction of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit were given a new reason to seek statutory damages instead of actual damages under the Copyright Act. Failure to mitigate damages is not an absolute defense to a claim for statutory damages, the Court ruled on Wednesday, … Continue Reading

Chambers and Partners Releases Pharmaceutical Advertising 2018 Guide

Chambers and Partners released its first ever Pharmaceutical Advertising 2018 guide, authored by Proskauer partners Lawrence Weinstein and Alexander Kaplan with assistance from several litigation associates. The guide provides a comprehensive look at the laws and regulations governing pharmaceutical advertising in various markets, and provides important developments in the most significant jurisdictions and legal commentary on … Continue Reading

Proposed Amendment Requires Supporting Papers to Accompany TROs

Currently, the New York Civil Practice Law and Rules permit temporary restraining orders (“TROs”) to be issued without notice to the opposing party – though this practice is discouraged by most judges. CPLR § 6313(a). Notice is not required  if the moving party can demonstrate that there will be significant prejudice by reason of giving … Continue Reading

Home Depot Data Breach Derivative Suit Sent Home

Judge Thomas W. Thrash Jr. of the U.S. District Court of Georgia permanently shelved a derivative suit brought by shareholders of Home Depot. Home Depot is a multinational home improvement retailer. In September, 2014, Home Depot suffered a data breach that resulted in $192 million in net losses. This breach followed the widely publicized data … Continue Reading
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