Amir Alimehri is an associate in the New York office. Mr. Alimehri works on complex antitrust, securities, and commodities litigation.
Immediately prior to joining Lowey Dannenberg, Mr. Alimehri served as a law clerk to the Honorable Sallyanne Floria, Assignment (Chief) Judge of the Essex County Superior Court in New Jersey (the county with the highest volume of cases and the most sitting judges in New Jersey). He also served other judges in the county, working on a variety of matters including but not limited to complex commercial litigation, Chancery litigation, marital disputes, petitions for post-conviction relief and the processing of child adoptions.
Mr. Alimehri draws on a variety of experiences, having worked for federal district court judges, the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission’s Enforcement Division in New York, local government legal counsel’s office, a solo practitioner, and at the in-house legal department of a global corporation.
During law school, Mr. Alimehri was admitted as counsel of record in the U.S. District Court of New Jersey in a complex commercial litigation matter, where he drafted several briefs and presented his first oral argument on a motion for summary judgment.
Mr. Alimehri graduated Rutgers Law School with a Juris Doctor, along with a certificate in Corporate and Business Law from the Rutgers Center for Corporate Law and Governance. He participated in moot court competitions, served on a law journal, published an article, and performed pro bono legal work for indigent people.
Mr. Alimehri graduated St. John’s University with a Bachelor of Science.
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B.S. St. John’s University
J.D. Rutgers Law School
U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
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