Ali concentrates her practice on product liability litigation matters, primarily focusing on the defense of smoking-and-health-related lawsuits, and class action and complex litigation, with a particular emphasis on data privacy matters. 

As an associate on case teams that handle smoking-and-health cases in Florida, Ali is responsible for the pretrial preparation of numerous cases. Her responsibilities include developing overall case strategy, ensuring compliance with pretrial deadlines, responding to pleadings, and responding to and drafting written discovery requests.  

Ali also spends a significant amount of time analyzing and briefing complex legal issues as an associate in Shook’s Legal Issues Group. She drafts pretrial motions and provides remote legal issues support to trial teams in smoking-and-health cases.

Ali represents clients in new and burgeoning areas of data privacy, including lawsuits arising from technologies used to collect, store, use, or share personal information. As an associate on privacy and cybersecurity-related class action defense cases, she is responsible for responding to and drafting written discovery requests, drafting dispositive motions, and identifying and tracking trends in emerging privacy litigation. Ali closely monitors these developments to ensure clients are proactively positioned to defend pending litigation as well as mitigate future risks.

She graduated cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law. During law school, she was a judicial intern to the Honorable Roy K. Altman, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida and also to the Honorable Samantha Ruiz Cohen, Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, giving her valuable insider knowledge of Florida’s state and federal court systems.