Amy Millard Quoted in The Washington Post and NPR on Jeffrey’s Epstein’s Involvement in Manhattan Ponzi Scheme

Amy Millard is quoted in both The Washington Post and NPR about her involvement in prosecuting Steven Hoffenberg— a former financial executive who defrauded investors in a Ponzi scheme in the 1990s and a former business partner of Jeffrey Epstein. Hoffenberg claims he feels sympathy for Epstein’s victims and wants to help them obtain money […]

Charles Clayman Joins the Board of Gideon’s Promise

As reported by the Daily Report here, Charles Clayman has been named to the board of Gideon’s Promise, a national non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring access to justice in under-served communities across America. “Charles has witnessed first-hand the challenges public defenders face to uphold the Constitutional rights of marginalized populations in this country and we […]

Isabelle Kirshner Honored by New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers at its Women for Justice Event

Isabelle Kirshner received the Hon. Thurgood Marshall Award from the New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NYSACDL). Isabelle was sixth woman to ever receive the award. Isabelle was honored at the NYSACDL Foundation Annual Dinner on January 17. The award recognizes jurists and practitioners who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to further the […]

James Valentino Selected as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers

James Valentino was recently selected as a 2018 “Rising Star” by Superlawyers.  This is the fourth-straight year that James has been given this distinction.  Superlawyers is a nationally recognized rating service for lawyers.  For its “Rising Stars” distinction, Superlawyers selects the top 2.5% of attorneys in each state annually.  Lawyers are selected for inclusion in this list using […]

Clayman & Rosenberg Sues Wagner College on Behalf of Professor Edward Strafaci for Wrongful Termination and Unlawful Discrimination Based on a Prior Conviction

As reported by the New York Post, Clayman & Rosenberg brings suit against Wagner College alleging wrongful termination of an esteemed professor at its Business School because of a prior conviction.  Seth Rosenberg and Christina Corcoran brought the suit on behalf of Edward Strafaci, alleging violations of the New York State and New York City Human Rights Laws and breach […]

Amy E. Millard Speaks as Panelist at the New York City Bar on Ethical Considerations for Corporate Investigations

On October 4, 2018, Amy E. Millard was a panelist at a program sponsored by the New York City Bar entitled “Ethical Considerations for Corporate Investigations:  Views from All Sides.”  This program explored current issues and recent developments relating to ethical duties and responsibilities of lawyers in corporate internal investigations. In connection with the program, Clayman & […]

Seth Rosenberg’s Client Essex Global Sues Jeweler-to-the-Stars Nissan Perla Over Failure to Make $1 Million Payment for a Rare Green Diamond

As reported in the New York Post, Seth Rosenberg‘s client Essex Global Trading has thrown down the litigation gauntlet against jeweler-to-the-stars Nissan Perla, and his company Olympic Diamond, after they failed to make good on a $1 million payment they owe Essex after it sold them a rare green diamond.  Seth had this to say about the […]

Isabelle Kirshner and Wayne Gosnell Obtain Extraordinary Below Guidelines Sentence for CEO Accused of $350 Million Fraud

As reported in Law360, Isabelle Kirshner and Wayne Gosnell successfully argued for an extraordinary variance from the federal Sentencing Guidelines on behalf of their client who had participated in a bank fraud involving Transmar Commodity Group LLC that resulted in losses to a syndicate of banks of more than $350 million. Although the Sentencing Guidelines called for a sentence […]