Philip Khinda is one of the nation's leading securities lawyers, litigators, and advisers to public companies, corporate boards, special committees, and financial institutions dealing with corporate crises, shareholder and derivative litigation, and government and internal investigations.
Phil’s leadership of the CalPERS Special Review, its fee recovery of more than $200 million for the nation's largest state pension fund, and its public report on pay-to-play and public corruption issues are notable representative efforts. He has also successfully represented clients in many of the most significant securities matters over the last 25 years, including investigations and litigation involving Rite Aid, Enron, Adelphia, Global Crossing, Time Warner, Yahoo!, UBS, Credit Suisse, State Street Bank, Wells Fargo, and JPMorgan, among others, appearing before US and international securities regulators and prosecutors on their behalf. While Phil has served as successor and settlement counsel for a variety of clients, no corporation or individual that he has represented from the outset of an investigation has ever been sued by the SEC or indicted.
He maintains offices in Washington, D.C. and New York.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Philip S. Khinda