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Timothy W. Mungovan

Timothy W. Mungovan

Partner

Timothy Mungovan is a partner in the Litigation Department, co-head of the Commercial Litigation Practice Group, co-head of the Private Equity & Hedge Fund Litigation practice and a member of the Private Investment Funds Group. Tim has an international practice in complex commercial litigation, advising public and private companies in a variety of areas, including securities, corporate governance, fiduciary obligations, investment management and financial services, fraud and trade secrets.

In addition to his regular commercial litigation practice, Tim focuses on disputes involving private investment funds including hedge, private equity and venture capital funds and other limited partnerships. He has advised funds, fund sponsors, investment advisers, managers, principals, feeder funds, institutional and individual investors in various disputes, including control contests, partnership disputes, restructurings, removal of a general partner and claims of fraud. He is widely recognized for litigating hedge fund fraud and representing investors in redemption disputes.

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President-Elect Trump Set to Make Key Appointments in SEC Shake-Up

The outcome of the presidential election, and Mary Jo White’s announcement of her intent to step down as chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission, are sure to kick off an avalanche of prognostication about her successor, the direction of the SEC, and the fate of some of the laws that govern the securities industry, … Continue Reading

Running Into a Brick Wall, Who Wears a Black Robe: Tips For Trying a Case Before a Hostile Judge

For trial lawyers, hostile adversaries are par for the course. But judges are supposed to be irreproachably impartial, right? That is, after all, the very cornerstone of our judicial system. So when you find yourself trying a case in front of a judge who is openly hostile to your witnesses or your client’s case – particularly if … Continue Reading
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