Ann Cook is a partner in the New York Business Litigation Practice Group. She is an experienced trial lawyer who has tried cases before juries, judges and arbitration tribunals around the country. Her practice focuses on complex commercial litigation matters concerning accountant liability, fraud, securities, regulatory investigations, insurance coverage, and contract disputes.
Ms. Cook is a graduate of Union College in Schenectady, New York, where she earned a B. A. in Sociology, magna cum laude. She graduated with honors from Hofstra University School of Law where she was an editor of the Hofstra Law Review. Before joining King & Spalding in 1999, Ms. Cook was a litigation associate at Rogers & Wells. She is presently a member of the King & Spalding Associate Evaluation Committee and the Lawyer’s Development Committee.
Ms. Cook is admitted to the New York State Bar as well as to the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. She is the co-author of “Fast Food: The Next Tobacco?”, which was published in Engage, vol. 4:1 (2000). Ms. Cook is a frequent presenter at CLE programs, including the King & Spalding monthly e-Learn series.