Anne Malik is a managing associate in the New York office and a member of the firm’s Mass Torts and Product Liability Practice.
Ms. Malik’s representations and experience include:
• Acting as a member of the Orrick team that serves as National Counsel and litigation counsel to the Union Carbide Corporation in connection with asbestos-related personal injury lawsuits.
• Acting as a member of the Orrick team that obtained dismissal in favor of a major chemical manufacturer in its defense of a putative class action in West Virginia alleging medical monitoring claims from the plaintiffs’ alleged exposure to chemicals emitted from a metals plant.
• Acting as a member of the Orrick team that successfully defended a major chemical manufacturer as national counsel in a consolidated action in West Virginia involving more than 100 plaintiffs alleging injuries from chemical exposure during their employment.
• Acting as a member of the Orrick team that obtained favorable resolution of a case on the eve of trial on behalf of a plastic products manufacturer that faced allegations of respiratory injury from 1500 plaintiffs.
• Acting as a member of the Orrick team that successfully represented a major German manufacturer in a confidential ICC arbitration concerning contract and indemnification issues, obtaining substantially all of the relief requested.
• Acting as a member of the Orrick team that successfully represented a U.S. investment fund in a dispute with its Indian partner arising out of the parties’ investment in an Indian securities business before the International Centre for Dispute Resolution. Ms. Malik also successfully represented the client in its related suits for several anti-suit injunctions in aid of arbitration as well as litigation to confirm and enforce the arbitral award in favor of her client, and is advising Indian counsel in Indian proceedings related to defending and enforcing the arbitral award.
Before joining Orrick, Ms. Malik was a medical science paralegal at Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP supporting the national defense team representing pharmaceutical giant Merck in the Vioxx litigation.
C. Anne Malik