Brad S Karp
1285 Avenue of the Americas
Financial Services Regulation: Banking (Enforcement & Investigations) (Band 3)Nationwide
Practice Areas: Chair of the firm; Partner in Litigation Department. Achieved national prominence as litigator and corporate adviser. Extensive experience representing financial institutions and corporations in bet-the-company litigations and regulatory matters. Successfully represented Citigroup in series of multi-billion-dollar jury trials (Terra Firma, Parmalat) and arbitrations (ADIA, Sturm). Current representative matters include: Lead counsel for Citigroup in defense of Subprime, Credit-Crisis, RMBS, Parmalat, Failed Investment and Research Analyst litigations and regulatory matters; lead counsel for JPMorgan in litigations and regulatory matters arising out of Bear Stearns' collapse; lead counsel for Wall Street underwriting syndicates in securities class actions arising out of AIG, Ambac, American Home Mortgage securities offerings; lead counsel for National Football League in concussion-related litigations. Current representative clients include: Citigroup, JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, Bank of New York, UBS, Wells Fargo, MacAndrews & Forbes, Apollo, Deloitte, Ericsson, National Football League, Alcoa, Eton Park, CIM Group, Sotheby's, ING and Repsol.