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Matthew Ingber Named “Banking MVP” for Second Consecutive Year

- Law360

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A three-time Law360 "MVP," an American Lawyer "Litigator of the Week" and a National Law Journal "Litigation Trailblazer," Matthew Ingber is Partner-in-Charge of Mayer Brown’s New York office, where he has practiced for more than 20 years. Matthew is a co-leader of the firm’s global Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice and previously served as a co-leader of the global Banking & Finance Litigation practice.

Matthew represents financial institutions, major corporations, insurance companies and individuals in complex, sensitive and high-profile litigation matters. He conducts a general litigation practice before state and federal courts, with cases ranging from complex commercial disputes to civil and criminal securities fraud actions and cutting-edge intellectual property matters. Matthew performs internal corporate investigations on behalf of management and audit committees, represents securitization trustees in residential mortgage-backed securities matters, represents issuers and underwriters in federal securities class actions and represents individuals and corporations in connection with criminal and regulatory investigations and related civil proceedings. He has served as lead trial counsel in several cases in federal and state courts.

Most recently, Matthew won the first trial against an RMBS trustee arising out of the financial crisis, won a nine-week trial involving a securitization trustee’s conduct in entering into a landmark private-label RMBS settlement, represented a music streaming service in a high-stakes copyright infringement lawsuit, and is representing a telecommunications company in connection with a series of securities and shareholder derivative lawsuits.

Matthew also represents pro bono clients, including the NAACP in corporate governance matters, the City of New York in civil rights matters, and individuals in asylum, civil rights and death penalty cases. He serves as chair of the firm’s New York Pro Bono Committee.

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