David Kleban is an associate in the firm's Litigation department.
Mr. Kleban represents clients in a variety of litigation contexts from pre-suit investigation through appeal and judgment collection.
Prosecution of fraud and breach-of-contract claims on behalf of monoline insurers against sponsors and originators of mortgage-backed securities.
Representation of an innovator pharmaceutical company in connection with patent claims against the manufacturer of a biosimilar version of the innovator’s blockbuster drug.
Defense of claims against a non-profit organization relating to U.S. government-sponsored medical experiments in the 1940s.
Guidance to investors in mortgage-backed securities, including analysis of procedural and substantive litigation considerations.
Representation of a company and its founder in an SEC investigation and administrative proceeding concerning alleged violations of securities law, resulting in favorable settlement of the claims.
Representation of a European bank in connection with an industry-wide investigation and private class action suit concerning alleged manipulation of a benchmark rate used for interest rate swaps and swaptions.
Pro bono prosecution of negligence claims on behalf of tenants of a seven-alarm fire in New York’s Chinatown.
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