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Ashley A. LeBlanc is Of Counsel in the Litigation Practice of Greenberg Traurig’s New York office. She focuses on various types of complex commercial litigation in both state and federal courts with an emphasis on contract disputes, securities class actions, real estate related litigation, and judgment enforcement. Ashley also regularly engages in pro bono litigation for non-profit organizations and has represented minors, women, and artists in a variety of matters including immigration, child support and custody, divorce, and alternative dispute resolution.


  • Commercial litigation
  • Securities litigation
  • Real estate litigation
  • Judgment enforcement



  • Represent publicly traded corporations, officers, and directors in class action litigations.
  • Represent major financial institution in high value breach of contract action.
  • Represent real property owners in leasehold valuation litigation.
  • Represent judgment creditors against judgment debtors in enforcing and satisfying judgments and obtained related attorneys’ fees awards.
  • Represented real property owners in land use, licensing, and tenant disputes.
  • Represented major financial institution in residential mortgage backed securities litigations.

Recognition & Leadership

  • Vocalist, Greenberg Traurig Meltones, 5x Law Rocks New York Champions
  • Evening on the Lake Host Committee Member, Citizens Committee for New York City, 2015-2018
  • Board of Directors, The Valente Project, Ltd.
  • Mentor for High School Student, Norwalk Mentor Program, Human Services Council
  • Chair, GT New York Associate Liaison Group
  • Founder and Member, GT New York Green Team


  • J.D., Cornell Law School
    • Managing editor, International Law Journal, 2009
    • Treasurer, Cornell Law Students Association, 2008-2010 
    • President, Women’s Law Coalition, 2008
  • B.A., University of Southern California
  • New York
  • Connecticut
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit