Bria Delaney is a litigator with experience in complex commercial and class action litigation.
Bria has represented clients in antitrust, contract, regulatory, and securities matters. Her clients have included pharmaceutical companies, healthcare companies, telecommunications companies, and financial services firms. Bria was part of the litigation team that represented Abbot Laboratories in settling its dispute over acquiring Alere, Inc. See “Abbott and Alere Agree to Play Nice With $5.3 Billion Deal,” Bloomberg, 4/14/2017.
Bria’s public interest practice focuses on asylum status, LGBTQ rights, criminal appeals, and employee rights. She represented a building superintendent in a claim for unpaid wages that resulted in a $150,000 settlement, receiving a Pro Bono Publico Award from the Legal Aid Society for her work.
Bria earned her J.D. from Cornell Law School, where she served as a General Editor on the Cornell Law Review.
Cornell Law School
General Editor, Cornell Law Review; Honors Writing Fellow
University of Virginia
(B.S., Commerce and Marketing/Management, 2012)
(Legal Aid Society, 2017)
State Bar of New York