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Catherine B. Schumacher (04/22/14)
Catherine Schumacher is a Partner in the New York office, who concentrates her practice in complex commercial litigation, securities and derivative litigation, and internal and government investigations.
Ari B. Fontecchio (04/22/14)
Ari B. Fontecchio is an Associate in Kaye Scholer’s Complex Commercial Litigation Department, and a member of the firm’s White Collar Litigation and Internal Investigations group. Ari has experience defending major corporations against whistleblower qui tam claims under the False Claims Act. He also has experience defending clients against federal, state and regulatory investigations involving allegations of healthcare fraud, off-label promotion and anti-kickback statute violations.
Jay P. Mayesh (04/22/14)
“In the firm’s renowned product liability field, Jay Mayesh is specifically identified by peers as the firm’s undisputed leader.”–Benchmark Litigation 2013
David L. Cousineau (04/21/14)
David L. Cousineau is an accomplished litigator with first-chair trial experience. David focuses on complex litigations at the trial and appellate levels, at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and before state utility commissions. Although experienced in all aspects of litigation, he has developed a niche distilling complex issues into easily understandable and persuasive arguments. David has taken a number of cases from the initial stages of claims assessment through trial and appeal, either as part of a small team or while managing large discovery and trial teams across multiple offices.
Kimberly B. Frank (04/21/14)
Kimberly Frank’s practice focuses on electric utility regulation and the economics of complex electricity markets. She represents clients in a broad array of matters before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and state regulatory agencies, and in appellate matters arising out of those agencies’ decisions.
Alan Salpeter (04/18/14)
Alan Salpeter is Special Counsel in Kaye Scholer’s Complex Commercial Litigation Department, focused on securities and financial services litigation. He has tried approximately 70 bench and jury trials and argued 20 appeals in federal and state courts throughout the country. Chambers USA (2007) described Alan as a “premier trial lawyer and master strategist.” According to Chambers, Alan “is tenacious, unafraid, creative and, above all, he wins.”
Philip A. Giordano (04/18/14)
Philip A. Giordano serves as counsel in Kaye Scholer’s Antitrust Practice. Drawing on more than 15 years of experience as a prosecutor in the Antitrust Division of the US Department of Justice (DOJ), most recently as a Trial Attorney in the National Criminal Enforcement Section, Philip represents and counsels clients regarding a variety of national and international antitrust matters, including complex criminal antitrust investigations and litigation, civil non-merger government investigations and mergers and acquisitions. His experience in antitrust matters spans a diverse set of industries, including computer hardware and software, auto parts, financial services, entertainment, publishing, chemicals, air cargo transportation and consumer goods. Philip maintains offices in Palo Alto, CA and Washington, DC.