Leah Threatte Bojnowski

Leah Bojnowski is a trial attorney and advocate for business entities, primarily in the investment banking, consumer products and automotive industries. She regularly appears in federal and state court, and before arbitration panels and regulatory agencies. Leah is also a member of the firm’s Class Actions and Aggregate Litigation team and regularly follows trends companies face with respect to packaging, marketing and safety guidelines.

What do you focus on?

I focus on commercial disputes involving the laws regulating consumer products, sophisticated commercial products and the securities and financial markets. I defend claims arising under warranty and consumer protection statutes against manufacturers of heavy and medium duty trucks, technology fabrication devices and power generation components. I also handle shareholder suits against publicly and privately held companies.

My docket includes class action and other aggregated claims as well as individual suits against those same clients.

I also regularly counsel clients on issues of false advertising, especially in the context of marketing through social media, and assist clients in setting up guidelines for live Twitter chats, interacting with media influencers for exposure on popular blogs and generating traffic on Facebook promoting their products. I also advise manufacturers and distributors of consumer products, including food, beverage and cosmetics companies, on labeling and safety requirements and advertising guidelines.

I am technology-savvy and have a great deal of experience managing electronic discovery and data retrieval in complex litigation. Using new and cutting-edge tools allows me to help clients control the costs associated with e-discovery.

What do you see on the horizon?

As our digital footprints continue to grow beyond the use of e-mail, the potential costs of electronic discovery loom higher and higher. I follow the developing trends in this field in order to advise clients on best practices for business communication as well as conducting electronic discovery with a manageable, realistic plan.


  • “Ninth Circuit rules that gym’s unwanted texts are a concrete injury, but dismisses TCPA class action because plaintiff consented,” Class Action Alert, 02.17.17
  • “Third Circuit holds liability for sending junk faxes not covered by insurance,” Class Action Alert, 10.18.16
  • “Preventative care calling: Rite Aid defends its flu shot reminder calls,” Class Action Alert, 07.15.16
  • “7th Circuit holds that agency principles apply to junk-fax cases,” Class Action Alert, 03.30.16
  • “Two big victories in the Ninth Circuit for TCPA class action defendants,” Class Action Alert, 02.05.16
  • “We’ll hold you to that: U.S. Supreme Court in Omnicare rules that even pure opinions can create strict Securities Act liability for some omissions,” Securities Litigation Alert, 03.25.15.

Attitudes toward women on agenda

Albany Times Union | May 05, 2017

Albany commercial litigation associate Leah Threatte Bojnowski is mentioned in this article as one of the speakers at the upcoming Women@Work Summit on the New York State of Women.

Why even insured businesses should beware TCPA violations

Law360 | November 07, 2016

Albany commercial litigation associate Leah Bojnowski authored this column about how the Third Circuit recently held that a business’s commercial general liability insurance policy does not cover a TCPA settlement and the implications this has for business owners.


Leah Threatte Bojnowski

Department Attorney


Phone: 518-427-2703

Fax: 866-947-2634

Columbia Law School, J.D.

Dartmouth 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

Leah was recognized in the 2015 edition of the Albany Business Review’s 40 Under 40.

  • Black Alumni of Dartmouth Association—president emeritus
  • Capital District Black and Hispanic Bar Association—member
  • Westminster Presbyterian Church—elder
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