I represent domestic and international clients in the litigation, mediation and arbitration of complex commercial and business disputes. I have represented a diverse range of U.S. and international businesses and commercial interests, including banks, Fortune 500 companies, investment firms, closely held companies, and individuals confronted with challenging legal and business issues. I have a strong track record as an experienced and practical litigator. I also advise clients on pre-litigation matters and early resolution of actions as well as discovery issues. I have substantial experience in connection with e-discovery matters and I routinely counsel clients on practical and legal issues relating to forensic preservation and analysis of electronic devices.
I began my legal career as an associate at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP, where I handled public and private securities offerings, lending transactions, and asset purchases and sales. I joined Trachtenberg Rodes & Friedberg LLP in 2008 where David Trachtenberg and I worked together on countless matters and built a strong, effective and efficient working relationship. While in law school, I gained experience in the investigation and prosecution of securities fraud, working in the New York Stock Exchange’s Division of Enforcement and at the Office of the New York State Attorney General’s Investment Protection Bureau. Prior to my career as an attorney, I gained a strong technological background as a computer programmer and software consultant at a large international software company, where I developed trade processing and analysis software for treasury, capital markets and derivative instruments.