Enoch Ajayi is a skilled litigator with a background in intellectual property and technology and a growing practice in various complex litigation matters. He has amassed a diverse portfolio of achievements including making significant contributions to three federal antitrust trials, helping to secure a not guilty verdict for the client. Enoch was a key member of the legal team in a high-stakes bet the company arbitration, securing a resounding victory for the client. He has also contributed to the successful resolution of highly contentious matters, including resolving a federal false claims act case on the eve of trial and facilitating a post mediation resolution of a contested earn-out dispute.
Additionally, Enoch was a core member of the trial team in a fast-tracked litigation challenging multiple intrafamily business transactions, and played an instrumental role in achieving a highly beneficial settlement at the start of trial. He is well versed in litigating contractual disputes, defending and protecting client interests across numerous breach of contract cases.
Enoch demonstrates a continued commitment to pro-bono work, engaging in relevant issues such as legislative redistricting and voting rights. While in law school, Enoch worked at the NYU Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law and the AI Now Policy Institute.