Ashley E. Berk is a general litigator for a wide range of clients involved in high-stakes business disputes. Ashley has experience working on intellectual property, antitrust, and contract matters in the entertainment and private equity sphere. She also has worked extensively on pro bono matters.
Defending a bank in a lawsuit brought by NFL star Dwight Freeney alleging fraud, conspiracy, and other torts arising out of a third party’s embezzlement of money from Freeney’s brokerage and bank accounts.
Representing a boxing promoter, boxer, and multiple media defendants in multidistrict litigation involving over 40 class actions alleging false advertising and consumer protecting laws arising out of a pay-per-view boxing match.
Representing private equity company Colony Capital in a tax matter in Sardinia, Italy.
Representing Jeffrey K. Skilling in a variety of different matters, including a lawsuit involving claims for RICO and under the Robinson-Patman Act.
Representing FremantleMedia in a tort and breach of contract case concerning the hit reality show The X-Factor.
University of California at Los Angeles, J.D.
University of California at Berkeley, B.A., History