Amanda Murphy is an associate in the litigation department of the New York office of White & Case. Her practice focuses on antitrust and other commercial disputes on behalf of pharmaceutical companies, financial institutions and other clients in both federal and state courts.
Amanda also has experience representing pro bono clients, including representing a theatre director in a breach of contract matter in federal court.
During law school, Ms. Murphy served on the editorial board of Volume 80 of The Fordham Law Review.
Bars and Courts
New York State Bar
US District Court for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York
Member of trial and appellate team representing global pharmaceutical company in a preliminary injunction proceeding in the Southern District of New York involving an antitrust challenge to the launch of a new product.
Representation of an international bank in responding to regulatory investigative requests regarding price-fixing and cartel allegations.
Representation of a major pharmaceutical company in state court actions involving allegations of fraud, unfair competition, and misrepresentation of Average Wholesale Prices.
Member of a team conducting an internal investigation regarding possible bribery allegations for a global insurance company.