- U.S. Military Academy (West Point), distinguished cadet (B.S.)
- Harvard Law School, cum laude (J.D.)
Law Clerk to the Honorable Dennis Jacobs, United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, 2013-2014
Ian Gore has successfully litigated a variety of complex, high-stakes commercial disputes for plaintiffs and defendants in federal courts, state courts, administrative tribunals, and arbitrations. His extensive experience includes cases in the following areas: antitrust and competition law, energy, trade secrets, patents, products liability, franchise law, class actions, contracts, and other commercial disputes. Gore has been deeply involved with all aspects of commercial litigation, including discovery, dispositive motions, trials, and appeals.
Gore’s recent successes include:
Prior to joining the firm, Gore clerked for the Honorable Dennis Jacobs of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. This experience gave him unparalleled insights and knowledge into the workings of the bench.
Prior to law school, Gore served as a military intelligence officer in the United States Army. During that time, he deployed in support of operations in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
Gore is admitted to New York, and has appeared and argued in a number of federal and state courts, including in California, Delaware, Arkansas, New York, Texas, Ohio, Missouri, Oklahoma, New Jersey, Arizona, and the International Trade Commission.