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Litigation Partner concentrating in white-collar criminal defense, securities enforcement defense, and complex civil litigation. Has had extensive jury trial experience in criminal and civil cases, and has had many high profile victories in courts around the United States. Frequently works on matters with significant international aspects and has represented numerous clients based in Europe, Asia, and Latin America.
Member of New York Bar in 1978; District of Columbia Bar in 1982. Founding and Current Partner of Spears & Imes LLP. Former Assistant United States Attorney (Criminal Division), Southern District of New York (1983-88); Trial Attorney and Deputy Chief Trial Attorney, Securities and Exchange Commission, Enforcement Division (1982-83); Attorney Advisor to Commissioner Robert B. Pitofsky of the Federal Trade Commission (1978-80).
American Bar Association (Criminal Justice Section), New York Council of Defense Lawyers, Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
Born April 18, 1952; BA Northwestern University, 1974; JD Columbia University School of Law, 1977.