Ori Blum is an Associate in Kaye Scholer’s Complex Commercial Litigation Department... more
Ori Blum is an Associate in Kaye Scholer’s Complex Commercial Litigation Department in the firm’s New York office, representing private and public sector clients in litigation before state and federal courts. His practice also includes counseling multinational companies and their employees on matters of domestic and cross-border white collar criminal liability. Ori is a member of Kaye Schol... view profile
Mr. Schmidt concentrates his practice in the areas of business disputes, commercial... more
Mr. Schmidt concentrates his practice in the areas of business disputes, commercial litigation, employee disloyalty, federal practice, business torts, elder fraud, technology litigation, computer forensics, white collar/government investigations defense, FDCPA defense and class action defense. Mr. Schmidt is the co-leader of the firm’s Business Litigation Practice Team. Phillips Lytle LLP i... view profile
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