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Areas of Practice
- New York
- U.S. District Court
- Eastern District of New York
- Southern District of New York
- Boston University School of Law
- J.D., 2009
- Johns Hopkins University
- B.A., International Studies, with High Honors, Dean's List, 2003
- International Trademark Association
- Asian American Bar Association
- South Asian Bar Association of New York
- "Business Without Borders - An International Business and Tax Planning Blog," May 2012 to Present
- “Microsoft Seeks New Weapon in Troll Wars,” New York Law Journal, May 23, 2011
- "Developments in Banking and Financial Law: 2006-2007: The Subprime Mortgage Crisis: XI. Impact of the Subprime Mortgage Crisis on the Student Lending Industry," 27 Rev. Banking & Fin. L 91 (2008)
Ami Bhatt is a litigation associate with the firm’s New York office.
Ami represents clients in a broad range of litigation matters, including complex commercial, business disputes and securities matters. She participates in all aspects of litigation, including discovery, pre-trial counseling, researching and drafting motions, and trial preparation, in both state and federal courts, as well as in mediation and arbitration.
Ami also focuses her practice on intellectual property matters, including trademark and copyright infringement litigation and enforcement. Ami has handled trademark, copyright, and patent issues across a number of industries, including pharmaceutical, consumer electronic, interactive entertainment, alcohol, and petroleum. In addition to prosecuting trademark infringement actions in civil courts, Ami’s practice includes representing clients before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) of the USPTO. She also regularly counsels clients on their trademark matters, including trademark clearance and registration, and negotiating licensing agreements.
Most recently, she was part of team which sought and won a preliminary injunction for trademark infringement in federal courts on behalf of firm client Cointreau Corporation.
While at Boston University School of Law, Ami was the Development Articles Editor of the Boston University Review of Banking and Financial Law.