Ashley Artmann practices complex commercial litigation, managing all aspects of a case for a variety of clients. Ms. Artmann has experience in various stages of litigation, including drafting pleadings and motions, defending depositions, and handling discovery matters. Ms. Artmann also has experience in preparing for and attending trial, including examining and defending witnesses.
During law school, Ms. Artmann served as the co editor-in-chief of the founding board for the Criminal Justice Law Review and co-chaired the Reentry Legal Clinic, working directly with clients to prepare expungement petitions. She also was a member of the Moot Court Honors Program, winning top awards at multiple moot court competitions.
Prior to law school, Ms. Artmann spent a year in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, working as a legal advocate at the Los Angeles Center for Law and Justice on housing, family law, and DACA-related matters.
Representing a billion-dollar apartment/hotel company in formulating and executing on a comprehensive strategy across a large portfolio of leases impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Representing Ring (an Amazon.com, Inc. subsidiary) in class action lawsuits filed against it arising out of alleged hacking of Ring devices.
Representing Palantir Technologies in a lawsuit alleging intentional interference with economic advantage relating to an alleged potential $300 million sale of stock.
Secured a complete victory in a two-week arbitration trial for Amazon.com, Inc., in a suit brought by eBay, alleging contract, fraud, tort, and unfair competition claims.
Representing Freedom for Immigrants in a high-profile, closely watched case defending First Amendment rights and protecting a critical lifeline for persons in immigrant detention.
Represented a leading fitness technology company in arbitration disputes and federal court litigation.
Board Member, UCLA Law Women LEAD
Member, Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles