Casey J. Hail’s main practice area is complex commercial litigation with a focus on electronic discovery. Her practice focuses on advising lawyers and clients, and implementing cost-effective strategies with respect to all aspects of e-discovery, including document retention and litigation readiness; document collection, review, and production; offensive e-discovery strategies and motion practice; and compliance with ever-changing federal and state discovery protocols.  She has engaged in e-discovery motion practice in multiple jurisdictions and advised clients regarding cross-border investigations and discovery issues. 

Casey joined Storch Amini as an associate in October 2012. After receiving her J.D. from New York University School of Law in 2007, Casey was an associate at Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP, as a member of the general litigation group.

During law school, Casey worked as a summer associate for Hughes Hubbard & Reed in 2006. She also served as the executive notes editor on the Journal of Law & Liberty.

Casey is licensed to practice law in New York.

Casey’s experience includes:

  • Creating and overseeing implementation of all aspects of both offensive and defensive e-discovery strategies in multiple expedited litigations.
  • Successfully defended, including opposing motion for reconsideration, against motion to compel additional production from client in high stakes trade secret litigation.
  • Assisted in obtaining successful resolution at mediation of a legal malpractice action pursued on behalf of a major international banking and financial services company.