Abigael C.Bosch (Abby)


New York + 1.212.326.3679

Abby Bosch practices complex commercial litigation with a focus on white collar criminal defense and internal investigations. Her experience includes assisting corporations in investigating alleged violations of securities laws, managing e-discovery, researching and drafting motions, and counseling individuals facing criminal prosecution under anticorruption and anti-money laundering statutes. Abby also has worked on complex fraud litigation involving collateralized debt obligations.

Abby maintains an active pro bono practice and has represented clients petitioning for guardianship and seeking asylum.

While in law school, Abby volunteered with the Protective Order Project, a student-run pro bono organization that provides legal services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. She competed in the UCLA School of Law's 12th Annual Williams Institute Moot Court Competition, was a semifinalist in the 2015 Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition, and won the 2016 Maurer Trial Competition. Upon graduating, Abby was elected to The Order of Barristers, an honor society for law students who demonstrate exceptional skill in trial advocacy, oral advocacy, and brief writing.

Prior to law school, Abby worked for a Fortune 500 insurance company, where she handled first- and third-party automobile insurance claims for bodily injury and auto physical damage.


  • Asia-based telecom company responds to UN corruption investigationJones Day represents an Asia-based telecommunications company in a corruption investigation by a UN agency.
  • Gordon Coburn defends FCPA case brought by DOJJones Day represents Gordon Coburn, former President of Cognizant Technology, in an FCPA case brought by DOJ in the District of New Jersey.
  • Wells Fargo obtains summary judgment win in CDO litigationJones Day represented Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Wells Fargo Securities LLC, and affiliate Structured Asset Investors LLC, as successor-in-interest to Wachovia Bank and Wachovia Securities, in an action filed by offshore investment vehicles of the German bank IKB alleging common law fraud in the sales of notes from three CDOs: Octans II, Sagittarius, and Longshore.