An experienced civil litigator who has represented national and regional clients in all aspects of litigation and national litigation management, Amaryah K. Bocchino practices in the firm’s Complex Litigation Practice Group and serves as the firm's managing partner. Amaryah maintains an extensive practice which focuses on products and premises liability, toxic tort litigation, infectious disease counseling and litigation, COVID-19, and business and commercial disputes. Beyond this work, she serves in a national coordinating counsel role to a product manufacturer facing more than 30,000 asbestos cases, managing and supervising local and trial counsel across the country in defense of the company. She also serves as national coordinating counsel for multiple other smaller product manufacturers. Locally, she is Delaware counsel for a variety of insurance companies and local businesses in a wide variety of areas of litigation including employment, contract, bankruptcy, insurance, professional liability, environmental, and construction.
In her role as managing partner, Amaryah provides key leadership and coordination to ensure that the firm's national clients receive optimal, efficient and coordinated legal services. In addition to her duties as managing partner, she also serves on the firm’s Executive Committee, as the Chief Diversity Officer of the firm, as co-chair of the firm’s national Women’s Forum, and on the firm’s pro bono committee, all in an effort to ensure, among other things, that MG+M exceeds its goals in diversity, equity and inclusion efforts. She most recently led the firm’s efforts to achieve Mansfield Rule 4.0 Plus Certification for the second year in a row after completing Diversity Lab’s twelve-month certification process. Click here to learn more about MG+M’s diversity, equity, and inclusion program.
Amaryah is a native Pennsylvanian and a graduate of the University of Delaware. She attended Tulane University Law School, where she served as a notes and comments editor on the law review and graduated summa cum laude.
Amaryah is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in Delaware, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. She is a member of the Delaware Bar Association, Women and the Law - Delaware State Bar Association, American Bar Association. She is also an alumni of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity’s Fellows program.
Amaryah resides in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, with her husband, Frank, their daughters, Hanna and Blakely, and their dogs Bo and Barkley.