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Brian D. Christiansen is a partner in Skadden’s Financial Institutions Regulation and Enforcement Group. Mr. Christiansen counsels banks, thrifts, investors and other financial services firms in connection with transactions and regulatory matters. He has helped clients obtain charters, raise capital, develop new products, structure and execute corporate transactions, implement compliance programs, conduct internal investigations and address enforcement actions. Mr. Christiansen is activ...
Rick Fischer’s practice focuses on retail financial services, privacy, and data security. For over 40 years, he has advised banks, retailers, insurers, technology and other companies throughout the United States on the full range of financial services and payment system issues. His practice has a special emphasis on privacy, data security, e-commerce, technology, and financial services joint ventures, as well as compliance and enforcement matters involving the Consumer Financial Protect...
Paul Hughes co-chairs the Firm’s practice groups focusing on Supreme Court and Appellate Litigation as well as Government and Regulatory Litigation. He briefs and argues complex appeals, and he develops legal strategy before trial courts, including strategic affirmative litigation. Read full biography: https://www.mwe.com/people/hughes-paul-w/
Becki is a partner in the firm's Washington, DC office, where she chairs the Credit Reporting, Privacy, and Data Security Practice Group. Her practice focuses on consumer financial services and consumer protection matters. Becki counsels financial institutions, consumer reporting agencies, service providers, and others in complying with consumer financial laws and prohibitions against unfair, deceptive, or abusive trade practices. She is an experienced advocate and litigator, representing cli...
Robert M. Kurucza is a partner in Seward & Kissel’s Investment Management practice. He is recognized as one of the country’s leading legal advisors in the financial services industry. He has represented major financial services companies, including banks, asset management firms, mutual fund complexes, trust companies, private wealth management firms and securities firms, in connection with a variety of regulatory matters and transactions, as well as litigation and compliance i...
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