Jonathan Rotenberg is a partner in the Litigation practice. With more than a decade of high-profile experience, Jonathan specializes in defending domestic and international corporate clients and their officers and directors in claims brought under the Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and other federal and state securities laws. He also represents companies and their fiduciaries in connection with stockholder books and records demands, derivative demands, and derivative actions.
Jonathan has developed a notable specialty and achieved considerable success as a securities and financial services litigator, representing clients in virtually every economic sector. He has also represented an array of financial institutions, including private equity funds, hedge funds, real estate lenders, investment banks, and commercial banks in both state and federal courts. He also advises clients on Hart-Scott-Rodino pre-merger compliance, having advised both institutional and individual clients on more than 50 deals in the pharmaceutical, telecommunications, data management, insurance and sports industries.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jonathan Rotenberg