Mr. Lieberman has a unique combination of experience as a Litigator, Transactional Attorney, and Federal Procurement Practitioner, along with significant experience as a Project Manager and Subject Matter Expert (SMS).
With respect to government contract procurement matters, Mr. Lieberman has been involved in the following:
--Contract Dispute Act
--FAR & DFAR rules
--Federal False Claims Act
--Federal Corrupt Practices Act
--Wrongful Termination, Termination for Convenience & Default
--Requests For Equitable Adjustments
--Prime/Subcontractor Performance Issues
--Small Business Administration programs, diversity, set-asides and teaming agreements
--Miller Act Performance/Payment Bond
Mr. Lieberman’s skill-sets are applied in a client-centric manner, which frequently involve an interdisciplinary team of high level professionals working on high visibility/large exposure engagements. He has been involved in all aspects of government and industry RFP’s and competitive bid applications.
Mr. Lieberman represents a diverse range of broker-dealers, advisors and funds, frequently developing Early Case Assessment Strategies stressing in-depth factual investigation and analysis of regulatory requirements and legal precedents in assessing the relative merits of claims and defenses, leading to successful results.
His unique strength lies in the coordination with client “teams” in the review and development of enhancements to policies, procedures, training, and implementation of strategic changes, including Cyber Security and Privacy issues.
Mr. Lieberman has a distinguished record of achievement on behalf of clients in the resolution of complex SEC, CFTC, FINRA and state regulatory investigations and enforcement proceedings. Mr. Lieberman has prosecuted and defended many arbitration and reparation proceedings and reached successful mediations on behalf of clients.
He has also assisted clients in the selection of “best of breed” expert vendors in E-discovery matters, and managing the spectrum of Electronic Discovery Reference Model (“EDRM”).
Representative Litigation Matters
|NY||Due to reregister within 30 days of birthday||2014||12/06/2019|
|MD||Inactive - Retired||1972||04/16/2020|
|Partner||Eaton & Van Winkle, LLP||2015 - Present|
|Partner||Warshaw Burstein Cohen Schlesinger & Kuh||2013 - 2015|
|Partner||Stark & Stark, A Professional Corporation||2009 - 2013|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Committee On Corporate Litigation Counsel||Member||N/A|
|ComFed Committee On Arbitration & ADR||Member||N/A|
|SEC Alumni Association||Member||N/A|
|SEC Enforcement Alumni||Member||N/A|
|Merrill Lynch OGC Alumni||Member||N/A|
|SIFMA Compliance & Legal Society||Member||N/A|
|Society Of Financial Services Professionals||Member||N/A|
|ACA Compliance Group, ACA Insight||Failurre to Supervise Chief Compliance Officer Leads to Loss of SEC Registration||2016|
|American University, Washington College of Law||J.D.||1973|
|City College of New York||Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)||1970|
|Investment Advisor Training Program||Compliance & Supervision In The Current Regulatory Environment||2013|
|Investment News||Going Independent Workshop||2010|
|FPANJ Conference||Fiduciary Duty, Conflicts Of Interest, Disclosure & Suitability Determinations||2010|
|Society For Financial Service Professionals||Navigating The Regulatory Waters||2009|
|Society For Financial Service Professionals||New Variables Annunites Rules & Avoiding Client Compliants||2009|
|Market Counsel Member Summit||Case Studies In Customer Complaint: Regulatory Matters & Internal Investigation||2009|
|Schwab||Compliance Issues Posed By LinkedIn, Blogging For Broker-Dealers||2009|
|Securities Industry Association||Keys To Managing & Supervising Independent Contractors||2001|
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