Alice Tsier is a commercial disputes associate in White & Case's New York office. Her practice focuses on complex commercial litigation in federal, state and bankruptcy courts. She has experience in a range of contract and business disputes, white collar defense matters, and internal corporate investigations.
Alice represents both individual clients and large corporations in a variety of industries including financial services, telecommunications, and pharmaceuticals and healthcare.
Alice has significant experience working with international clients on cross-border disputes. She regularly assists clients in navigating the challenges and complexities of multiple legal systems. Alice has worked extensively with international banks in cross-border bankruptcy matters, including a recent representation of a group of European financial institutions in a US Chapter 11 proceeding with parallel proceedings in Bermuda. In another matter, Alice represented a debtor in a restructuring that included proceedings in six jurisdictions.
Alice has also been active in a variety of pro bono matters involving public international and human rights law. She is currently involved in the Firm's representation of impoverished debtors suing The City of Ferguson, Missouri. She also has supervised global projects for a reproductive rights NGO, involving more than fifty lawyers across fifteen White & Case offices. She also has drafted several amicus curiae briefs to the United States Supreme Court and has represented indigent clients in state and federal court proceedings.