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Zaldwaynaka (Z) Scott (12/05/13)
Zaldwaynaka (Z) Scott is Co-Chair of Kaye Scholer’s Chicago White Collar Litigation and Internal Investigations Practice. Z is a seasoned trial lawyer, having taken more than 40 mostly jury trials to verdict in federal court. She concentrates her practice on complex commercial litigation, corporate internal investigations (including matters related to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act), counseling on corporate compliance matters and white collar criminal defense. Her federal civil and criminal litigation experience includes accounting and commercial fraud, public corruption, civil tax appeals and criminal tax prosecutions, money-laundering and investment, and financial institution fraud. She has also led and represented companies in complex and extensive government regulatory and criminal grand jury investigations. Z has experience in appellate practice and has briefed and argued cases before the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
Zhe Yu (11/21/13)
Zhe (Kevin) Yu is an Associate in Kaye Scholer’s Shanghai office, which he joined in 2004. His practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, foreign direct investment, joint ventures, corporate restructurings, employment and general corporate advice. Zhe has advised public and private multinationals and private equity funds on the structuring of their operations in China. His experience includes mergers and acquisitions, direct investment, joint ventures, reorganizations and dissolutions. He serves clients in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, consumer products, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and hospitality. Zhe is a native speaker of Mandarin and is fluent in English.
Steven S. Rosenthal (11/12/13)
Steven S. Rosenthal has extensive trial court, arbitration and appellate experience on matters involving commercial law, constitutional law and all aspects of administrative practice. He has argued noted cases before the United States Supreme Court and before the United States Courts of Appeals and state appellate courts throughout the United States. In April 2013, he argued before the United States Supreme Court a high-profile case on behalf of the Port of the City of Los Angeles, involving whether federal law restricts the ability of the Port to condition entry of trucks onto its property as part of its Clean Truck Program. Previously, he was victorious in a case heard by the United States Supreme Court in which the Court held that imposition of Social Security taxes on federal judges in office at the time of passage was an unconstitutional diminution of their compensation.