Annica Bianco focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation in both federal and state court. She represents corporations, entities, and individuals in class actions, antitrust litigation, and general commercial disputes.
Prior to joining the firm, Annica was a litigation associate in the New York City office of an international law firm where she was a member of its financial services litigation team and focused her practice on complex financial services and investment disputes. Previously, Annica was Special Assistant Corporation Counsel in the Manhattan Tort Unit of the New York City Law Department.
While attending law school, Annica was Business and Development Editor of the Michigan Journal of International Law. She also served as a Rule of Law Intern in the Bureau of Crisis Prevention and Recovery for the United Nations Development Programme.
Annica is fluent in Spanish and conversational in French.
University of Michigan Law School, J.D. (2010)
Tufts University, B.A., International Relations (2006) cum laude
New York (2011)
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
City-As-School High School, Moot Court Judge (2015-2017)
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