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Michael A. Rogoff (04/14/14)
Michael Rogoff, Co-Chair of Kaye Scholer’s Complex Commercial Litigation Department and Chair of the White Collar Litigation and Internal Investigations Practice Group, is an experienced trial and appellate lawyer whose practice is concentrated in the areas of white collar and civil litigation. He has represented major US and international corporations, as well as corporate directors and individuals, in a wide variety of disputes involving health care, securities, product liability, antitrust, consumer class action, trademark and copyright, trade secrets and breach of contract. Michael is also experienced in conducting internal investigations, as well as representing clients in SEC and grand jury investigations. He is a co-author of the Kaye Scholer LLP Deskbook on Internal Investigations, Corporate Compliance and White Collar Issues (Practising Law Institute 2014).
Rory A. Greiss (03/28/14)
Rory Greiss has extensive experience in the areas of (i) mergers, acquisitions and dispositions of public and private companies representing both purchasers and sellers in widely diverse industries, (ii) leveraged buyout transactions, (iii) public and private equity and debt financings, (iv) corporate restructurings representing companies in bankruptcy proceedings or in "out-of-court" workout situations and (v) dispute resolution among partners and shareholders in closely held partnerships and corporations.
Peter Danias (03/28/14)
Peter Danias is Counsel in the New York office of Kaye Scholer LLP and is in charge of the firm's Hart-Scott-Rodino and state security law practices. In addition, he has represented various clients before the New York and American Stock Exchanges and the various NASDAQ Stock Markets, and has also worked on a variety of both public and private financings.
Kenneth G.M. Mason (03/24/14)
Kenneth Mason is a securities law partner who focuses on corporate finance transactions in the Asian and Latin American markets. In Asia, he has represented since 1994 both issuers and underwriters in international capital-raising efforts, including global public offerings and placements for significant Chinese, Hong Kong and Philippine companies. Additionally, he has worked extensively with a major international investment bank as principal in acquiring equity control of various companies through the acquisition of controlling positions in such companies' distressed debt. His firsts in Asia include: the first global offering and public listing for an Asian "Vortal," the first "back door" takeover and restructuring of a publicly traded company in South East Asia, and the first-ever global offering for a PRC public utilities holding company.
Daniel Lewin (03/24/14)
Daniel Lewin’s practice is broad-based and covers the full range of UK tax issues. He advises corporate, institutional and private clients on the UK and international tax aspects of a wide variety of transactions including financings, acquisitions and divestitures, joint ventures, investment structures, derivative transactions and employment matters, usually with an international element. He has particular experience in the taxation of hedge and private equity funds and management groups, where he has been involved in the development and launch of various innovative investment structures for both private managers and large financial institutions.
Andrew B. Harris (03/24/14)
Andrew Harris is the Managing Partner of Kaye Scholer’s London office. His practice focuses on private equity transactions. He has considerable experience in MBOs, M&A transactions, restructurings and disposals/exits. He acts for private equity houses, management teams and both listed and non-listed corporate entities.
Phillip A. Geraci (03/24/14)
Phillip A. Geraci practices in Kaye Scholer’s Complex Commercial Litigation Department with an emphasis on securities, derivatives, and commodities litigation, including defense of securities fraud class actions and shareholder derivative actions, representation of corporate clients in SEC investigations, takeover and proxy contest litigation, defense of commodities manipulation and fraud actions and litigations involving limited partnerships and their sponsors. He has tried cases involving securities, commodities, foreign exchange futures and options, derivatives, contracts and trademarks.
Simon Firth (03/24/14)
Simon Firth advises financial services firms on a range of legal and regulatory matters. Clients include investment managers, advisers, brokers and fund promoters.