WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Enhancing the Firm’s securities litigation and regulatory enforcement practices, international law firm Proskauer is pleased to announce that partner Samuel Waldon has joined the Litigation Department in DC.
“In today’s ever evolving regulatory landscape, Sam’s extensive experience at the SEC and his deep knowledge of federal securities law will be a valuable asset to our clients,” said Tim Mungovan, Chair of Proskauer’s Litigation Department.
Mr. Waldon joins Proskauer from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), where he served as Assistant Chief Counsel in the Enforcement Division for eight years. Providing guidance on enforcement matters, his focus included the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and financial fraud matters, as well as issues relating to the Freedom of Information, Bank Secrecy, Privacy, Right to Financial Privacy and Electronic Communications Privacy Acts. Mr. Waldon received his B.A., summa cum laude, from Virginia Tech and his J.D., with honors, from University of Texas School of Law.
Proskauer’s Litigation Department is a full-service practice with extensive trial experience in virtually every major forum across the globe. We take a collaborative approach to representing defendants and plaintiffs, multinationals, middle-market and small-cap businesses, financial institutions, partnerships and individuals, with one thing in mind – driving successful outcomes for our clients. We handle complex matters in state and federal courts; domestic and international arbitrations; alternative dispute resolution proceedings; and administrative regulatory tribunals.
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