Ashley’s insurance coverage experience spans a variety of industries and includes the representation of managed care entities, home builders, contractors, and product manufacturers in their insurance coverage disputes under a range of insurance policies, including directors and officers liability, errors and omissions liability, cyber liability, and commercial general liability. She also assists clients in the evaluation of their current coverage and their ongoing insurance coverage needs.
In her antitrust practice, Ashley has handled matters involving product distribution (e.g., resale price maintenance policies, drafting, implementation and enforcement of distribution agreements, minimum advertised pricing policies, and other vertical restraints), price discrimination, tying, monopolization, and competitor collaborations/joint ventures. Her experience also includes conducting compliance reviews and trainings for clients in an effort to ensure that anticompetitive behaviors are avoided. Ashley has experience advising a variety of companies on antitrust issues arising from government contracting matters at the federal level.
Ashley has litigated antitrust matters and was part of a trial team involved in a six-and-a-half month antitrust trial in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey that involved claims seeking damages for antitrust violations, including monopolization, tying, and conspiracy claims, and defense against breach of contract, intellectual property, and tort claims. She also represents clients in insurance coverage litigation arising out of multi-district antitrust class actions.
Ashley is actively involved in pro bono matters, having represented domestic violence victims in final restraining order trials. She also represents children in asylum proceedings and works on civil cases involving allegations of animal cruelty and neglect on behalf of an SPCA. She also serves as a member of the District Ethics Committee for Essex County.