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Erika Whyte's practice focuses on complex civil litigation in state and federal courts. For nearly 10 years she has represented and advised corporate clients in a range of matters, including government investigations, contract disputes, business torts, legal malpractice defense, and defense of actions brought under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). She has experience in all aspects of litigation, including developing and implementing litigation strategies, managing e-discovery, taking and defending depositions, drafting and arguing motions, and participating in trials.

Erika maintains an active pro bono practice and recently served as first chair in a successful final hearing that resulted in a grant of asylum to a Guatemalan family fleeing gang persecution. She also has served as a pro bono lawyer for teenage girls involved in dependency cases in Miami-Dade Circuit Court's Juvenile Division.

Erika is actively involved in Firm recruiting and serves as the summer associate assignment coordinator for the Miami Office.

Prior to joining Jones Day in 2016, Erika practiced for five years at a Miami litigation boutique where she represented and advised clients in complex commercial litigation matters.


  • Fidelity obtains dismissal of all claims relating to alleged filing of suspicious activity report, affirmed by First CircuitJones Day obtained a significant victory on behalf of Fidelity Brokerage Services, LLC in a lawsuit brought by two former Fidelity customers and their investment advisor.
  • Experian defeats request for injunctive relief, obtains dismissal of claims relating to alleged breach of contract for credit reporting servicesJones Day obtained a victory on behalf of Experian Information Solutions, Inc. in a lawsuit brought by an automobile indirect finance company subscribing to Experian's credit reporting services.
  • Asian airlines asserts claims related to delivery of new aircraftJones Day was retained by an Asian airlines to assert claims relating to the delivery of new aircraft that the airlines had purchased.
  • Aircraft leasing company resolves litigation stemming from damages to aircraftOn behalf of a company that had leased an aircraft to its operator, Jones Day resolved litigation filed in Florida state court arising from substantial damages caused to the aircraft and its engines while skidding off the runway at LaGuardia Airport.
  • Investors resolve dispute with claimed inventor of low energy nuclear reaction deviceJones Day represented an investment company, two alternative energy technology companies, and two executives in connection with litigation brought by Andrea Rossi and Leonardo Corporation.
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