Dylan Fay

Associate, Miami



Dylan Fay is a senior associate in the Firm's US Commercial Litigation Group, concentrating in complex civil litigation and internal investigations. Before joining White & Case, Dylan served as a law clerk to the Honorable Cecilia M. Altonaga, United States District Judge for the Southern District of Florida.

Dylan represents clients at the trial and appellate levels in state and federal court. His recent experience includes representing a tech company in a successful antitrust suit; an aviation company in post-COVID litigation; and an international energy company in an en banc appeal before the Eleventh Circuit. Dylan has also represented numerous clients before the Florida Supreme Court, including most recently in a case that established new discovery rules for "apex" executives. In bankruptcy litigation matters, Dylan leads discovery efforts and litigates contested matters or adversary proceedings.

Dylan also has extensive experience representing multi-national companies in commercial arbitrations, particularly before international tribunals. Recent experience includes representation of a financial services company in a dispute over private-placement notes and representation of a European construction conglomerate in a dispute over a US$1.2 billion highway project. Dylan also frequently represents clients seeking to confirm or vacate international arbitration awards in federal court.

Dylan's other experience includes advising on internal investigations and compliance, including matters involving corruption and fraud. He worked with a team to uncover a $100 million procurement fraud scheme at a client's factory, resulting in federal convictions of the conspirators and recovery of tens of millions of dollars from the participants in the fraud.

Bars and Courts
US District Court for the Southern District of Florida
US District Court for the Middle District of Florida
US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
Yale Law School
English, History, and Classics
University of Florida