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Practice areas


  1. White Collar Crime: 40%
  2. Investment Fraud: 30%
  3. Lawsuits & Disputes: 25%
  4. Ethics: 5%

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Brune & Richard LLP

One Battery Park Plaza
New York, NY, 10004


NYCurrently registered 198903/07/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
RecognizedNew York Super Lawyers2009
RecognizedNew York Super Lawyers2008
RecognizedNew York Super Lawyers2007
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Assistant U.S. AttorneyUnited States Attorney's Office, SDNY1990 - 1997
Association namePosition nameDuration
New York Association of Criminal Defense LawyersMember1999 - Present
Publication nameTitleDate
The ChampionJury Instructions: Key Topics in Federal White Collar Cases2012
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Harvard University Law SchoolLawJD - Juris Doctor1988
Columbia UniversityAmerican HistoryMA - Masters1985
University of MichiganN/ABA - Bachelor of Arts1983
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Ethics: Thorny Hedge Fund HypotheticalsHedge Fund Enforcement & Regulatory Developments2013
White Collar Crime 2011: Prosecutors and Regulators SpeakReview of Significant Cases and Recent Developments2012
Citibar Center for CLEHow to Win at Trial2012
White Collar SeminarDefending the White Collar Case: In & Out of Court2010
White Collar Crime ConferenceDefending the White Collar Case: In and Out of Court2009
Transnational Crime ConferenceThe Future of Corporate Criminal Liability2009
Practicing Law InsituteEthics for Commerical Litigators2009
Practicing Law InstituteManaging Complex Litigation: Legal Strategies and Best Practices in "High Stakes" Cases2008
New York County Lawyers' AssociationFederal Criminal Practice Institute2007
Federal Bar CouncilHow to Succeed as a Criminal Defense Attorney: Do You Have to Prosecute to Defend?2005