Harry has experience with a wide scope of matters including litigation, investigations, and corporate compliance.  Representative matters include:

  • Represented the Independent Commission investigating the culture of the University of Maryland football program after the tragic death of Linebacker Jordan McNair. This investigation resulted in the creation of a 192 page report following 165 interviews of players, coaches, and other individuals connected to the football program. The report is available here and is described here.
  • Secured favorable settlement on behalf of Fortune 100 engineering company resolving litigation with subcontractor in federal district court. Dispute involved breach of contract allegations regarding manufacturing military equipment meeting detailed technical design specifications.
  • Won a bench verdict in favor of New York University in an ERISA class action alleging that NYU mismanaged retirement plan offerings on behalf of its 20,000 participants and seeking over $350 million in damages. This case was the first of more than a dozen similar class actions filed against other universities to go to trial and win.