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Focuses his practice on Dodd-Frank Act regulatory compliance, government investigations and litigation related to the swaps, futures, options and physical commodity markets. He primarily represents clients in derivatives markets regulatory and enforcement matters before the CFTC, DOJ, FINRA, NFA and other self-regulatory organizations for swaps and futures trading. Representations include parallel CFTC and DOJ Criminal Division Fraud Section and Antitrust Division investigations into alleged price manipulation, fraud and anti-competitive conduct related to various financial benchmarks and commodity markets. In connection with these investigations, he also represents clients in related civil class action lawsuits alleging Commodity Exchange Act claims and antitrust injury.
CFTC attorney in the Division of Enforcement’s Office of Chief Counsel; LL.M., Georgetown University Law Center; LL.M., Tsinghua University School of Law; J.D., Georgetown University Law Center; B.A., Washington University in St. Louis