Seth Rosenberg and Brian Linder represent a former partner at Premium Point Investments LP, in connection with allegations that he took part in a $200 million fraud while employed at the firm. The case, as outlined in a recent Law360 article, involves the government’s claim that employees at hedge fund Premium Point Investments LP inflated […]
On May 9, 2018, Amy E. Millard moderated a panel discussion at the New York City Bar’s 7th Annual White Collar Crime Institute. The City Bar program explored recent developments and the increasingly complex issues facing white collar defense practitioners in representing clients involved in cross-border investigations.
Seth Rosenberg is featured in a Law360 article about the ongoing privilege review of documents seized from Michael Cohen. Find the article here.
Wayne Gosnell recently joined the Board of Directors of the Child Care Council of Westchester, a non-profit resource organization that champions the healthy development of children, families, and communities by promoting quality early care and education. The Council provides parents, child care providers, employers, and government and community leaders with education, resources, data, and advocacy. […]
As reported in the New York Times, prosecutors declined to prosecute Seth Rosenberg‘s client James Toback in connection with allegations of sexual misconduct in Los Angeles. Mr. Toback is a prolific writer and director. His screenplay for Bugsy earned him an Academy Award and Golden Globe nomination. Recently, allegations against Mr. Toback, stemming from the […]
Isabelle A. Kirshner and Amy E. Millard were recently selected for inclusion in the list of 2018 New York Metro Top Women Super Lawyers in the area of White Collar Criminal Defense. Super Lawyers is a nationally recognized rating service that selects the top 5% of attorneys in each state annually. Lawyers are selected for […]
As detailed in a New York Times article, in June 2015, Tom Rotko won a full acquittal for his client who was a supervisor in the loan origination department at Abacus Bank, a small community-based bank located in Chinatown. The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office claimed that over a five-year period senior officers at Abacus Bank […]
As reported in Law360, Isabelle Kirshner secured a significantly below Guidelines sentence, less than half of what prosecutors had sought, for her client who had participated in a securities fraud involving Aegis Capital Fund LLC. Ms. Kirshner presented to the court her client’s compelling life circumstances and argued that her client was not the originator […]
Partner Amy E. Millard was recently named as Vice Chair of the Executive Committee of the Women’s White Collar Defense Association (the “WWCDA”). The WWCDA, comprised of women attorneys and professionals who specialize in representing corporations and individuals facing government enforcement actions, internal investigations, compliance, and ethics matters, has a particular focus on promoting diversity […]
On September 21, 2016 Amy Millard will speak at a program sponsored by the New York City Bar entitled “Ethical Considerations for Corporate Investigations: Views from All Sides.” This annual update program will explore current issues and recent developments relating to ethical duties and responsibilities of attorneys and other participants in corporate internal investigations involving […]