Erin Huntington

Erin Huntington

Erin Huntington is an experienced litigator, licensed in both New York and California, who focuses his practice on resolving complex intellectual property, contractual, and other business disputes.

What do you focus on?

My practice is primarily centered around the protection of intellectual property and the enforcement of contractual rights. I represent businesses in a diverse range of complex matters involving intellectual property disputes, enforcement of non-competition agreements, trade secrets enforcement, breach of contract claims, and a variety of other business torts. I have experience successfully litigating matters in state and federal trial and appellate courts in both New York and California, as well as in arbitration and mediation. My wide-ranging practice allows me to handle a variety of commercial disputes, while my experience guides me in the development of creative strategies for resolution, while always ensuring that cases run smoothly and efficiently in order to maximize value for my clients.

What do you see on the horizon?

Rapid and exponential growth in technology continually redefines ideas of privacy and access to information. Employers and individuals alike are utilizing innovative mechanisms for achieving unprecedented levels of interconnectivity. The evolution of these tools often outpaces the framework intended to govern such interactions, resulting in uneven regulation and uncertainty, and exacerbating the risk to businesses that it may be misappropriated. It will be crucial to maintain both an attentiveness to developments in the law and to seek creative solutions to navigate this ever-changing landscape and protect intellectual property.

Twin Bridges, County Waste fight in court over tactics

Albany Business Review | December 21, 2020

Albany Complex Commercial Disputes partner Bill Reynolds and associate Erin Huntington are mentioned in this article for representing County Waste in a suit against Scott Earl, owner of Twin Bridges Waste and Recycling LLC, for poaching customers by making false and disparaging statements and other unlawful tactics.

New Questions Arise Following the Latest Ruling on MLMIC Distributions

New York Law Journal | May 29, 2020

Albany Complex Commercial Disputes partner Dan Hurteau and associate Erin Huntington contributed this article on the rise in abundance of dispute resolution as a result of the conversion of the Medical Liability Mutual Insurance Company (MLMIC) from a mutual to a stock insurance company.


Erin Huntington



Phone: 518-427-2748

Fax: 833-914-0638

University of California, Davis School of Law, J.D.

Oberlin College, B.A.

New York

U.S. District Court, Northern District of New York

U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York

U.S. District Court, Western District of New York


U.S. District Court, Eastern District of California

U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit

U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit


  • Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch recognition for Commercial Litigation (2022, 2021)
  • Super Lawyers: Rising Stars for Business and Corporate Law (2018, 2019)
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