Ms. Aronzon litigates complex matters in state and federal court in various areas including commercial litigation, white collar defense, and pharmaceutical patent litigation. These matters include:
- Multi-year defense of a large financial institution and mortgage issuer in litigation involving fraud and breach of contract allegations arising out of the issuance of residential mortgage-backed securities.
- Representation of major pharmaceutical company in Hatch Waxman ANDA litigations for both branded and generic products from the inception of a suit through trial and appeal.
- Defense of a large financial institution and mortgage issuer in litigation arising out of a government investigation concerning the origination and sale of prime mortgage loans.
Ms. Aronzon has also been actively involved in a variety of pro bono work at Goodwin Procter, including successfully representing citizens of the Democratic Republic of the Congo seeking political asylum in the United States. Ms. Aronzon also represented community groups in challenging a New York City Department of Parks and Recreation plan of action for the Coney Island Boardwalk as a violation of state and local environmental regulations. This work has involved filing an Article 78 Petition in Kings County Supreme Court, as well as appellate briefing for the NYS Appellate Division’s Second Department.
Ms. Aronzon is a member of the Boston Bar Association.
Prior to joining Goodwin, Ms. Aronzon was a Volunteer Assistant Attorney General in the Litigation Bureau of the New York Attorney General’s Office.
While attending law school, Ms. Aronzon was an Executive Article Editor for the Annual Survey of American Law.