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Debra E. Schreck (07/28/14)
Debra Schreck is an Associate in Kaye Scholer’s Complex Commercial Litigation Department, representing clients in a variety of commercial matters. Debra defends individual and corporate clients in matters related to antitrust, securities and healthcare, including pharmaceutical companies involved in state and federal criminal and civil investigations of healthcare fraud. Debra also assists corporate clients in conducting large-scale internal investigations and advises them on matters related to internal compliance programs.
Dr. Klaus Alten (07/17/14)
Dr. Klaus Alten is a member of the Corporate Department and advises national and international clients in a broad range of business law matters. Dr. Alten’s practice focuses on the areas of corporate governance and compliance, mergers and acquisitions, corporate reorganization and restructuring, as well as corporate litigation.
Investment Funds Newsletter (07/10/14)
Michael J. Malecek (07/02/14)
Michael J. Malecek is Co-Chair of the Intellectual Property Department and a member of the White Collar Litigation and Internal Investigations practice. Mike represents some of the leading biotech and technology companies in the US, including Google, Sequenom, Affymetrix, Complete Genomics, and salesforce.com. His practice largely focuses on patent litigation, but he has experience in all areas of litigation, including general commercial, white collar, compliance, securities and employment. He has served as trial counsel in over a dozen jury trials, all of which resulted in victories for his clients.
Madlyn Gleich Primoff (07/01/14)
Madlyn Gleich Primoff is a Partner in Kaye Scholer’s Bankruptcy & Restructuring Department and a Member of the Firm’s Executive Committee. She has 25 years experience representing lending groups, global financial institutions, creditors’ committees, private equity funds and hedge funds in out-of-court bankruptcies, workouts and restructurings, pre-arranged Chapter 11 cases, contentious Chapter 11 cases and related litigation matters.