Jeff Rotenberg represents clients in a variety of criminal, regulatory and compliance investigations and matters, as well as in complex business and commercial litigation in federal and state courts and in arbitration.

Criminal, Regulatory and Internal Investigation Experience

Jeff has designed and conducted internal investigations on behalf of clients in a range of industries and fields, including in the financial, higher education and not-for-profit sectors.

Jeff's criminal and regulatory engagements have included the representation of financial services firms, technology companies and educational institutions, as well as bankers, traders, attorneys and corporate officers in investigations conducted by the United States Department of Justice, Securities and Exchange Commission, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, New York State Attorney General's Office, Congress, and other federal, state and local agencies.

These matters have covered such areas as bribery and corruption, insider trading, stock option backdating, research analyst independence, initial public offering practices, market timing, tax shelters, conflicts of interest in the student loan industry and trading and accounting activities in the commercial real estate, interest rate, auction rate securities, municipal derivatives, repo and energy markets.

Civil Litigation Experience

Jeff has extensive civil litigation experience, regularly representing financial services firms, including investment and commercial banks, and consumer products and pharmaceutical companies, in proceedings in federal and state courts around the country.