Ross Bagley is an associate in Pryor Cashman’s Litigation Group, practicing primarily in the areas of complex commercial litigation and entertainment litigation. Ross has litigated disputes on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants in the music and film industries. Ross also has experience in federal criminal litigation and has devoted many hours to pro bono matters.
In March 2011, Ross second-chaired the trial of a complex commercial litigation concerning the breach of an option agreement in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York which resulted in a $25 million judgment for Pryor Cashman’s client.
Ross has state and federal appellate experience and has argued successfully before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. He has also worked on appeals and/or petitions to the U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals (2nd, 3rd & 7th Circuits), the N.Y. Court of Appeals and the N.Y Appellate Division.
Ross is a 2008 graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center, where he was a member of Georgetown’s American Criminal Law Review and served as an editor on that publication’s Annual Survey of White Collar Crime.
While in law school, Ross dealt with a variety of civil and criminal matters as an intern for the Honorable Elizabeth M. Fahey in the Massachusetts Superior Court in both Essex and Middlesex Counties.