Kerry Duffy is a Principal of the firm. Ms. Duffy has been involved in multiple high value commercial litigation cases. She has successfully represented clients in a range of matters, including employment disputes, antitrust claims, privacy claims, data breaches, bankruptcy, breach of contract, and Proposition 65 claims. She also has significant experience in e-discovery counseling and data management.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Duffy practiced in Oakland, California, specializing in
bankruptcy litigation. She was a judicial extern to the Honorable Randall J. Newsome (Ret.), Chief Judge of the United States Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of California. While in law school, Ms. Duffy was an extern in the Office of the United States Trustee of the U.S. Department of Justice, San Francisco Division.
Ms. Duffy helped obtain a defense verdict in a civil antitrust monopolization trial where the plaintiffs asked the jury for $34 million.
Ms. Duffy successfully resolved a FDIC investigation concerning a failed bank.
A major healthcare organization provider was represented by Ms. Duffy in a vendor breach of contract case.
Ms. Duffy was a member of the firm’s trial team in a trademark case over the use of a business name in which the firm twice defeated Wells Fargo’s motions for a preliminary injunction. Wells Fargo v. ABD, 2014 WL 4312021.