Jake Alderdice represents clients in complex, high-stakes litigation in state and federal courts across the country and at every stage, from pre-filing negotiations through the end of trial and on appeal.
Jake helps clients in a wide array of industries and circumstances, including the telecommunications, consumer goods, financial services, hospitality, biopharmaceuticals and clinical research, and transportation industries, among others. He has represented clients in contractual disputes, consumer class actions, pre-and post-acquisition disputes, trademark litigation, employment disputes, and other types of civil litigation.
In Jake’s robust pro bono practice, he has appeared in court on behalf of individual and organizational clients in matters including civil rights, education, housing, immigration, and police misconduct. He has worked on teams that have received significant recognition for pro bono advocacy, including the NAACP’s “Foot Soldier in the Sand” award (2019) and Legal Aid Society’s Pro Bono Publico Award (2021).