Practice Profile: Elisha Barron has helped secure over $1 billion in jury verdicts and settlements. Ms. Barron represents plaintiffs and defendants through every stage of litigation in an array of complex commercial cases, including in intellectual property, antitrust, False Claims Act litigation, and general commercial litigation.  In a 12-month period from 2017-2018, Ms. Barron tried two cases to verdict before federal and state juries, and completed a AAA arbitration before a three-judge panel. Ms. Barron has argued in state and federal courts from New York to California. In 2018, Ms. Barron helped secure a unanimous jury verdict of $706.2 million for her client, HouseCanary, in a breach of contract, trade secrets, and fraud case in state court in San Antonio, Texas—the the fourth highest verdict in the United States in 2018.

Leadership, Pro Bono and Civic Work: Ms. Barron has an active pro bono practice. Currently she is representing the City of Baltimore in a challenge to a new Health and Human Services Regulation allowing health care providers to deny health care services on the basis of religious or “other” reasons. In 2016, the Legal Aid Society awarded Ms. Barron the Pro Bono Publico Award for Outstanding Service for her work representing a woman against a well-known bank under the Truth in Lending Act and New York deceptive practices law.  Ms. Barron is an active member of the American Inn of Court and is co-chair of the Trial Advocacy Program.

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