Alaura R.M.Perdzock

Associate

Pittsburgh + 1.412.394.7953

Alaura Perdzock is a litigator focused on helping clients navigate high-stakes commercial disputes. She has advised clients on matters involving contract breaches, business torts, project delays, and antitrust claims. Alaura's experience extends across all stages of commercial litigation from evaluating claims and legal issues to conducting discovery, drafting dispositive motions, preparing for trial, and briefing appeals.

Recently, Alaura assisted in successfully defending a global engineering and aerospace company in a dispute stemming from a multibillion dollar aircraft development program before the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). Alaura is currently involved in defending a financial institution in lawsuits filed by institutional investors relating to residential mortgage-backed securities trusts.

Alaura maintains an active pro bono practice. She has successfully represented clients in appeals before the Pennsylvania Superior Court concerning Pennsylvania's Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law and before administrative judges in connection with Pittsburgh's Project H.E.L.P. (Homeless Experience Legal Protection) Program. Alaura is currently involved in the Firm's Laredo Project, which provides legal information and representation to women refugees detained at the southern border.

Experience

  • Global engineering and aerospace company resolves ICC dispute with its engine supplierJones Day successfully settled a private arbitration before the International Chamber of Commerce ("ICC") on behalf of a global engineering and aerospace company.
  • Speaking Engagements

    • December 5, 2019
      Women's Executive Leadership Program, Duquesne University
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