Represented a national broker-dealer client in a series of FINRA arbitrations arising out of the departure of multiple employees following the client's sale of its wealth division. Filed individual arbitrations to recover amounts owed by the former employees and defended against their various employment-related counterclaims. Successfully recovered over $16 million for the client and defeated more than $17 million in claims against the client.
Represented a software client in defense of civil antitrust claim seeking injunctive relief and treble damages. Through an early summary judgment motion and bifurcation of discovery, successfully achieved summary judgement for the client while avoiding costly antitrust discovery.
Represented international manufacturing company in recovering amounts owed on unpaid invoices and in defense of defect and warranty claims.
Represented a physicians practice in recovering liability insurance benefits for amounts expended in defense of False Claims Act litigation.
Represented corporate executive in defense of civil antitrust claims. Successfully obtained a dismissal of the claims against the executive prior to substantial litigation.
Represented national healthcare provider in recovering amounts owed by a self-insured group health plan for services provided to its members.
Represented former executive of healthcare startup company in criminal antitrust investigation.
Won a decision from the New York Supreme Court dismissing a $4 million claim against a financial institution client involving the sale of a flexible premium life insurance policy.
Represented one of nation's largest insurance brokers in a lawsuit against major competitor and disappointed corporate suitor in the Delaware Court of Chancery asserting breach of a confidentiality agreement. Prevented unlawful poaching and allowed the sale transaction to a different competitor to close.
Represented a financial advisor in defense of an enforcement proceeding brought by FINRA's Enforcement Department. Client received only a cautionary action letter, which is one of FINRA's least serious enforcement penalties.