04 March 2021 - Events
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.
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.
Secured dismissal of former trading desk COO’s breach of contract action against leading fintech company.
Secured no-action letters from the SEC for several corporate managers and in-house counsel who faced simultaneous internal and federal criminal investigations into fraudulent financial transactions.
Won motion to compel against Glassdoor, Inc., forcing Glassdoor to turn over identification information regarding anonymous individuals that posted reviews in violation of non-disparagement and confidentiality provisions in severance agreement.
Secured first ever unequivocal ruling holding that mobile phone carrier can be held liable for its complicity in allowing customers’ mobile accounts to be SIM swapped.
Defeated injunction sought against major charter school network for alleged due process violations that would have drastically changed how NY charter schools operate.
State of New York, 2010
Southern District of New York, 2010
Eastern District of New York, 2017
Second Circuit Court of Appeals, 2019
‘XRP delisted on more platforms following SEC’s Ripple complaint,’ Business Insider - December 31, 2020, quoted
‘Cryptocurrencies: What Type Of Gamble Are They?,’ WealthBriefing - October 30, 2020, co-author
Federal Bar Council
Young Lawyers Committee of the New York Courts’ Historical Society
Board Member, Fordham Law Alumni Association
Law Clerk, Honorable Vincent L. Briccetti, United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
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