on Eisenberg is a partner in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. He focuses on representing financial institutions and individuals in enforcement matters, litigation, and internal investigations.
After leaving the SEC’s Office of General Counsel, Mr. Eisenberg spent roughly half his career in private practice and half in senior in-house positions. He served as General Counsel for UBS Wealth Management Americas, where he headed the legal department responsible for regulatory relationships, litigation, and legal issues involving the broker-dealer and its affiliated bank. Before that, he was General Counsel for Merrill Lynch Global Markets & Investment Banking Litigation and Co-Head of Merrill Lynch Global Litigation, Employment, and Regulatory Affairs. At Merrill Lynch, Mr. Eisenberg helped bring to successful conclusions class actions involving Enron, the bursting of the Internet bubble, alleged manipulation of IPO prices, and execution practices involving Nasdaq market orders.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jon Eisenberg