Jeremy Baldoni is an associate in Quinn Emanuel’s New York office. He joined the firm in 2012.
Jeremy is a seasoned business litigator specializing in complex commercial, patent, and other technology-related litigation. He has also litigated insurance, trade secret, bankruptcy, and antitrust cases. Jeremy has deep experience in all stages of litigation, including winning at trial and arbitration in high-stakes intellectual property and commercial disputes. He also has experience crafting effective and creative litigation strategies; drafting and arguing dispositive motions; and effectively examining witnesses in deposition and in court. His extensive litigation experience in both commercial and intellectual property cases gives him a unique perspective on technology-related disputes.
Jeremy is passionate about technology. His background in engineering allows him to quickly understand, analyze, and prepare persuasive arguments about a wide range of cutting-edge technologies. He has litigated cases about 3D printers, medical devices, smartphone hardware and software, and automotive components. He is particularly interested in renewable energy and automotive technologies.
Jeremy’s varied professional experience has helped him develop sound business judgment. Before law school, he worked as a Strategy Analyst, where he analyzed large sets of data to make and implement business decisions, in collaboration with executives and business-segment leaders. As a lawyer, he has often counseled clients on both the legal and business implications of pending or potential litigation.
- University of Michigan Law School
(J.D., cum laude, 2012)
- Duke University, Pratt School of Engineering
(B.S.E., cum laude, Mechanical Engineering, 2007)
- The State Bar of New York