Harry Frischer has experience in a wide variety of complex commercial litigations and arbitrations involving securities, accounting and finance, corporate control, intellectual property, contracts and partnerships. A substantial portion of Harry’s practice involves the representation of financial institutions in connection with litigation, regulatory investigations and enforcement proceedings and arbitrations. He has tried cases in the federal and state courts, and has conducted arbitrations before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, the New York Stock Exchange, the American Stock Exchange and the American Arbitration Association. Harry also has argued appeals successfully in the Second Circuit and other appellate courts.
Harry has extensive experience involving complex securities, structured securities, derivatives, swaps, and similar instruments. He has also represented financial institutions in litigation and regulatory matters involving algorithmic and high frequency trading in a variety of contexts. Harry also handles shareholder class actions and related litigations under the securities laws, and has defended public corporations, officers and directors, and outside professionals in cases involving securities or accounting fraud. He often represents targets and witnesses in connection with SEC investigations.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Harry Frischer