▸ Obtained dismissal with prejudice while representing respondent in an action brought pursuant to The Hague Convention of 25 October 1980 on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.
▸ Obtained dismissal with prejudice of claims seeking dozens of millions of dollars in liability while representing several investment companies and trusts.
▸ Successfully obtained class certification for two separate classes in a nation-wide class action alleging common law fraud.
▸ Obtained dismissal of claims pursuant to Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act while representing a national company, its directors, and agents.
▸ Obtained favorable settlement for an art collector in a case involving conversion of paintings and breach of fiduciary duties by a New York gallery, notwithstanding the large number of creditors and scarce funds.
▸ New York
▸ District of Connecticut Court
▸ District of Massachusetts
▸ Southern District of New York
▸ Eastern District of New York
▸ Second Circuit Court of Appeal
▸ J.D. – Quinnipiac University School of Law
▸ B.A. – Columbia University
March 14, 2018, New York, Hofstra University
Enforcement and Litigation Issues for Money Service Businesses
August 23, 2017, Strafford CLE webinar with Q&A
Structuring Merchant Cash Advances: Alternative Financing for Emerging Companies, Lessons From Recent Cases
May 6, 2016, New York State Bar Association CLE
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