Crypto fraud dispute
Secured jurisdiction in the US over a long-running cross border commodities fraud dispute involving a top digital asset exchange and secured a ruling that a former customer breached the arbitration agreement in the exchange's binding terms of service by threatening to and actually suing the exchange in the UK.
Financial fraud claims
Defeated financial fraud claims asserted by a former employee against a top digital asset exchange related to the exchange's allocation of company shares, and secured a judgment against the plaintiff for the costs of litigation.
SEC civil lawsuit
Defeated claims of securities fraud, violations of the Commodities Exchange Act, and common-law fraud, among others, against one of the top digital asset exchanges in the world related to the exchange's decision to halt trading of a digital asset in light of an SEC civil lawsuit alleging the issuer of the asset conducted an unregistered securities offering.
Hotly-contested cryptocurrency lawsuit
Secured a precedent-setting decision that the physical address associated with our client's business – one of the top digital asset exchanges in the world – may qualify as a trade secret and a former employee may be liable under the Defend Trade Secrets Act for their public disclosure of the company’s address.
Represented key figure in the Mueller investigation in connection with DOJ criminal proceedings and Congressional investigations, and secured complete dismissal of Democratic National Committee's lawsuit alleging that he conspired to hack DNC emails regarding the 2016 US presidential election.
Convinced U.S. Attorney's Office to drop federal charges carrying a mandatory minimum sentence against client. Secured 5-year probationary sentence for the same client who faced 8-10 years imprisonment.
Leading health care professional
Represented leading health care professional from New York hospital facing health care fraud investigation by U.S. Attorney's Offices. Client was never charged with any wrongdoing.
Secured 6-month probationary sentence for client facing 12-15 years imprisonment for mob-related crimes.
'When Can a Crypto Exchange Be Found Negligent for Failing to Prevent Fraud of a Customer/Shareholder,' ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE - June 9, 2023, speaker
- 'Crisis Management: From a Press Hit Piece to Regulatory Inquiries to High Profile Litigation - What to Do When Crisis Hits,' TechGC Fullstack GC Conference - May 19, 2023, speaker