The Law Office of Ihsan Dogramaci is a litigation firm. We handle business disputes, corporate governance-related disputes, copyright and trademark disputes, as well as other litigation matters. Representative clients include large financial institutions and multinational companies, as well as individuals and smaller companies. Our small size offers us the flexibility to handle large cases nimbly and all cases with attention and total responsiveness to our clients.

Whether our clients have needed us to quickly seek a temporary restraining order, to collect hundreds of thousands of electronic documents and manage a team of contract attorneys through a shortened time frame for discovery, or to shepherd through trial a case involving a dozen far-flung fact witnesses and a half-dozen expert witnesses, this firm has demonstrated its ability to serve its clients. We are experienced in arbitration proceedings and in trials in state and federal courts.


  • Three-week federal trial – In January and February 2018, Mr. Dogramaci was first chair in the trial of a case involving a wide range of claims under the Copyright Act, the Lanham Act, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, and New York and Delaware common law (including trade secret misappropriation and breach of fiduciary duty).
  • Petition to vacate arbitral award – In 2016, the firm handled a proceeding in New York Supreme Court to vacate an arbitral award relating to the winding up of a real estate investment business.
  • Dispute regarding hospital fees – In 2015, the firm defended a claim by a New York hospital for approximately a quarter million dollars in fees and pre-judgment interest.
  • Commercial Dispute under AAA Commercial Arbitration Rules –In 2015, the firm handled an arbitration proceeding under the Commercial Rules of the American Arbitration Association to recover funds that had been paid by the firm’s client under a commercial contract.
  • Recovery of missing investment returns – In 2014, the firm was retained by a large financial institution to recover monies owed under several investment agreements relating to major Chapter 11 reorganizations. We pursued these funds both out of court and — through a “pre-action disclosure proceeding” — in New York Supreme Court.
  • Corporate veil-piercing claim in connection with Times Square billboard – In 2014, the firm pursued a corporate veil-piercing claim to recover $1.32 million and interest owed to the firm’s client in connection with a Times Square billboard.
  • Fraudulent transfer case – In 2014, the firm defended a Dutch corporation against a $38 million fraudulent transfer claim and an $18 million contract claim in the Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.
  • “Double derivative” action to protect business founder’s rights – In 2013, the firm pursued a “double derivative” action (“double” because there were two layers: a member of an LLC compelled the LLC to compel a corporation to bring suit) in order to protect the interests of a founder of a successful litigation support company.

Additionally, in his prior positions at large, national law firms, Mr. Dogramaci worked on some of the largest and most public cases of their time. Cases on which Mr. Dogramaci worked include:

  • Over $100 billion in claims by investors against Lehman Brothers directors and officers following the bank’s collapse.
  • Litigation relating to the America’s Cup trophy, leading to the 2010 “Deed of Gift” match for the cup.
  • $25 million in claims of trademark and copyright infringement against an international fashion clothing designer and retailer.
  • $15 million claim against an investment bank executive for allegedly aiding and abetting a fraudulent conveyance.
  • $56 million representations-and-warranties claim by the buyer of a pharmaceutical company against the seller.
  • Numerous shareholder suits seeking to enjoin corporate sales.