Barry R. Ostrager is a senior litigation Partner at Simpson Thacher Bartlett LLP and... more
Barry R. Ostrager is a senior litigation Partner at Simpson Thacher Bartlett LLP and from 1999 to 2011 was Head of the Litigation Department. He has tried dozens of cases and argued scores of appeals throughout the country and has been prominently involved in many high-profile securities, anti-trust, and commercial cases. He was lead trial counsel for Swiss Re in the highly publicized insuranc... view profile
James is a commercial litigator with experience before state and federal courts and... more
James is a commercial litigator with experience before state and federal courts and arbitral tribunals. He specializes in international and cross-border commercial disputes and matters involving state-owned enterprises.
I advise and speak with clients, trade-groups and organizations regarding cyber... more
I advise and speak with clients, trade-groups and organizations regarding cyber liablity and Data Security/Privacy Issues and breaches, as they relate to various industries including healthcare companies, retail stores, restaurants, financial organizations, and technology companies. We have handled over 250 data breaches, including some of the largest healthcare data breaches and credit card br... view profile
Michael F. Konopka has aggressively represented his clients for over 30 years. He is... more
Michael F. Konopka has aggressively represented his clients for over 30 years. He is involved in complex litigation in both the State and Federal Courts. He is currently the principal of the Law Office of Michael F. Konopka, located at 277 Broadway, New York, New York, 10007 (212 385 4800). He has many international corporate clients and his office staff is fluent in Russian, Ukranian Polish ... view profile
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