Jared Buszin is an associate in the Firm's Litigation department, where his practice focuses on complex commercial litigation and government investigations. He also maintains an active pro bono practice, with an emphasis on criminal matters and appellate litigation.
From 2013 to 2014, Mr. Buszin served as a law clerk to the Hon. Ed Carnes of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.
Complex Commercial Litigation
Representing European bank in connection with a class action lawsuit asserting antitrust and related contract claims based on alleged collusion and manipulation of a benchmark rate for interest rate derivatives.
Representing pharmaceutical company in connection with class action lawsuit asserting antitrust claims based on allegations of price fixing.
Representing global law firm in connection with malpractice and breach of fiduciary duty lawsuit arising from firm’s representation of a start-up.
Representing corporation in connection with contract dispute arising from the sale of a school.
Represented pharmaceutical company in connection with a declaratory judgment action concerning the scope of a consent judgment entered to resolve a landmark false-advertising case.
Defended individual in connection with lawsuit brought by multiple plaintiffs asserting claims for defamation based on statements allegedly made by defendant’s representatives.
White Collar Defense and Investigations
Representing European bank in connection with an industry-wide investigation into alleged manipulation of a benchmark rate for interest rate derivatives.
Advising former employee of charitable foundation in connection with criminal charges brought by foreign government.
Represented pharmaceutical company in connection with Department of Justice investigation of customer assistance program.
Representing defendant in direct appeal of conviction and life sentence on federal criminal charges under the Hobbs Act and Travel Act.
Representing victims of torture in the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq in litigation brought under the Alien Tort Statute against government contractor.
Represented class of individuals in litigation asserting claims for deceptive business practices, unjust enrichment, and harassment against operator of three-quarter houses. Successfully obtained damages award of more than $4 million on behalf of class as well as injunctive relief.
Successfully appealed client’s misdemeanor conviction, obtaining reversal based on lack of jurisdiction.
Represented interests of amici curiae in the U.S. Supreme Court case Jennings v. Rodriguez, addressing the Government’s authority to detain certain categories of non-citizens without providing periodic bond hearings.
Represented interests of amici curiae in the U.S. Supreme Court case Carpenter v. United States, addressing whether the warrantless seizure and search of historical cell site records violates the Fourth Amendment.
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
- U.S. District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
- New York
MEMBERSHIPS: Member, New York City Bar Association; Member, Federalist Society
Co-Author, "Supreme Court in Salman Says: 'This One Is Easy,' Reaffirming Dirks and Rejecting Newman," Bloomberg BNA's The United States Law Week (December 15, 2016)
Co-Author, "A 1st Look At Potential Reach Of 2nd Circ. Newman Decision," Law360 (January 28, 2015)
"Beyond School Finance: Refocusing Education Reform Litigation to Realize the Deferred Dream of Education Equality & Adequacy," 62 Emory L.J. 1613 (2013)