Justin has had experience forged from practicing at one of the leading large law firms around the globe, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, which defends businesses and individuals in bet-the-company litigation concerning corporate governance, derivative litigation, fiduciary duties, mergers and acquisitions, partnership rights, and other types of issues affecting shareholder rights. For example, Justin played a role in representing defendants in Garofalo, et al. v. Revlon, Inc., et al. (D. Del.). And Justin had a role on the trial team in iBasis Inc.’s lawsuit against Koninklijke KPN NV in connection with an alleged inadequate tender offer, which was settled during trial in 2009 before the Delaware Court of Chancery.
Justin’s understanding of accounting, business, corporate strategy, economics, and finance equips him with a lens that separates him from the pack. He brings this understanding to bear in representing plaintiffs or defendants. Demonstrating Justin’s passion for entrepreneurship, he has launched and managed businesses and investment vehicles. These experiences have heavily influenced Justin to represent entities or investors as plaintiffs or defendants and have equipped him with a perspective that many clients have appreciated and admired. His ability to decipher business operations, financial information, and elaborate securities disclosures and filings have enabled him to possess savviness in dealing with experts, economists, and accountants. He is able to distill complicated facts into captivating stories in advocating before judges, juries, arbitrators, mediators, and adversaries.
This rare experience on both sides—representing plaintiffs and defendants—arms the Firm with the tools to represent you, whether you have been a victim of fraud or other types of wrongdoing, want to blow the whistle, or otherwise confidentially report unlawful behavior to regulators, or are facing a lawsuit, investigation, or arbitration.