Tony has litigated a number of significant matters including:

  • Counsel for an international construction conglomerate, in a decision upholding its franchise contract, involving the largest procurement by New York City in its history
  • Counsel for a global insurer in class-actions and regulatory investigations concerning the sale of a patented business insurance product
  • Counsel for global Chinese real estate company, obtaining dismissal of claims brought in the U.S. for purported violations of international law
  • Counsel for a foreign sovereign in an alleged class actions litigation in federal court asserting claims for purported violations of international law, successfully obtained a complete dismissal of the actions in two jurisdictions
  • Counsel for an energy company in defending against class action claims arising out of the sale and distribution of fuel oil in the New York metropolitan region
  • Counsel for a leading Jordanian Bank in claims brought in the United States arising from purported violations of international law
  • Representing a major New York real estate developer in a series of related litigations arising from partnership disputes
  • Serving as co-lead counsel for an international banking group in an action against a major auditing firm alleging malpractice in the audit of a customer of the bank as well as in various actions involving the customer
  • Counsel for a major entertainment and arena corporation, successfully defending against a regulatory investigation
  • Representing bondholders in a complex bankruptcy reorganization
  • Co-counsel for a police officer, obtaining acquittal on a murder charge arising in line of duty
  • Representing a pharmaceutical manufacturer in both product liability and “market share” trials
  • Representing the manufacturer of a heavy construction equipment in products liability trials
  • Advising government agencies and private parties on defamation, privacy and First Amendment issues
  • Representing public companies and their senior management in investigations by the SEC, state attorneys general, and state ethics commissions