Alyssa Jordan Pantzer focuses her practice on product liability defense litigation primarily for major motor vehicle manufacturers. She is also a commercial litigator and has worked in the realm of general liability defense, defending businesses and individuals accused of negligence. During law school at the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law, Ms. Pantzer was a Note and Comment Editor for the Buffalo Law Review, participated in trial team and appellate court competitions, and served as a student clerk for Honorable Hugh B. Scott in the Western District of New York.
Currently, she serves as a chair for the Automobile Liability Committee within the Torts Insurance Compensation Law Section of the New York State Bar Association. She also serves as Vice President on the Alumni Board for the Alpha Clionian Sorority, Geneseo Chapter.
- Waterman v. CNH Am. LLC, 150 A.D.3d 1639, 51 N.Y.S.3d 913 (4th Dep’t 2017)
- Jordan-Parker v. City of Buffalo, 137 A.D.3d 1751, 28 N.Y.S.3d 538 (4th Dep’t 2016)
- “Lights, Cameras, Action: Do Speed Cameras Save Lives?” (New York State Bar Association Torts, Insurance & Compensation Law Journal, Summer 2019, Vol. 49, No. 1).
Affiliations + Recognition
- Chair, Automobile Liability Committee of the Torts Insurance Compensation Law Section of the New York State Bar Association
- New York State Bar Association’s Keeping Current with Automobile Litigation in 2019 speaking on Using Discovery Devices in Automobile Product Liability Litigation
- New York State Bar Association’s Law School for Insurance Professionals, speaking on the Impact of the Court of Appeals Decision in Rodriguez v. City of New York and Who is Responsible and How to Handle Uber/Lyft and Personal Auto Policy Claims.