Keara Gordon's practice includes the defense of class actions that involve a variety of substantive areas, including securities, privacy, insurance and consumer litigation; financial and corporate litigation and counseling; corporate governance litigation; and internal investigations.

Keara regularly defends publicly traded companies and their officers and directors in securities class actions, in breach of fiduciary duty litigation, in appraisal actions and in related litigation in state and federal courts across the country and she has been involved in appeals to the Second, Fourth, Fifth, Ninth and Eleventh Circuits and the appellate courts of New York, DC, Delaware and Maryland. She also regularly represents Audit Committees and officers and directors in connection with internal investigations and has done so in a variety of substantive areas such as accounting issues, potential OFAC violations, potential theft by company officers, "tone at the top" issues and in connection with disclosures to the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Department of Treasury and the Department of Defense. She has also defended broker-dealers and registered representatives in state court and in arbitrations before FINRA.

Keara's current or recent engagements include: won a partial motion to dismiss for a global insurance company in a putative class action for claims of breach of contract, violations of New York’s deceptive practices act, violation of New York's insurance law and unjust enrichment and the Court then granted our pre-emptive motion to deny class certification on the remaining contract claim, which the Second Circuit affirmed; won a partial motion to dismiss fraud and breach of fiduciary duty claims against a publicly traded REIT in New York State Supreme Court and the Court then granted a complete defense verdict following a a 61 day trial on the remaining contract claims; won two motions to dismiss for a former Chief Financial Officer of a financial services and mortgage lending company in cases alleging violations of the securities laws; won two motions to dismiss successive complaints for a global financial services and insurance company in a case alleging False Claims Act violations in connection with the financial assistance provided to the company by the federal government in the wake of the global financial crisis, and the Ninth Circuit affirmed the dismissal; won a motion to dismiss for a global financial services and insurance company in a putative class action alleging an array of claims, including RICO, antitrust and state claims; won a motion to dismiss for a national retailer in a putative class action challenging the collection of sales tax and alleging NY deceptive practices act claims; won a motion to dismiss for a global pharmaceutical company in a case alleging False Claims Act violations; her current defense of a global airline in a putative class action; her current defense of a global computer company in a putative class action alleging, among other things, deceptive practices act claims; her current defense of a global retailer in a putative class action alleging FACTA violations; her current defense of a fitness company in a putative class action alleging violations of gift certificate laws; her current defense of a technology company in a putative class action alleging violations of the DPPA; her recent defense of an investment firm prosecuting claims for breach of fiduciary duty and fraud; and her representation of a global company investigating potential OFAC violations.

Keara is a member of the firm-wide Policy Committee, Partner Nominating Committee, Securities Law Committee and is co-chair of the Class Action Litigation Practice Group.