Dennis Auerbach is of counsel to the firm, focusing principally on financial, white collar, valuation and bankruptcy litigation. Most recently, he represented the owners of a California wind farm, securing a $206 million judgment against the United States after a two-week trial before the Court of Federal Claims. Recent white collar litigation matters he has handled include representation of the former Chairman and CEO of IndyMac Bancorp in multiple cases arising out of IndyMac’s collapse during the 2008 financial crisis and representation of clients in sanctions proceedings before the World Bank. Mr. Auerbach has also represented plaintiffs and defendants in breach of fiduciary duty, fraudulent transfer, accountant malpractice, and other disputes arising out of bankruptcy proceedings.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Dennis B. Auerbach