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Corey I. Rogoff

Corey Rogoff is an associate in the Litigation Department. His practice focuses on securities and commercial litigation, including federal securities class actions, shareholder derivative lawsuits, and internal and governmental investigations. He is also part of the litigation team that represents the Financial Oversight and Management Board in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico’s bankruptcy proceedings.

Corey also maintains an active pro bono practice, with a focus on social security disability law and sealing criminal records. In addition, he is an associate trustee with the Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs.

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SEC Chair Gensler Testifies on “Unprecedented Surge” in SPACs

SPACs remain on everyone’s mind, especially the country’s chief regulator.  On May 26, 2021, SEC Chair Gary Gensler testified before the U.S. House Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government on “key capital market trends” that will impact SEC resources in the coming years. And the very first topic he raised – Initial Public Offerings and Special … Continue Reading

Professional Relators Under False Claims Act Find No Friends in Federal Government or Seventh Circuit

Qui tam cases in American jurisprudence rely on a simple premise: help prevent nefarious actors from defrauding the government and Uncle Sam will compensate you for your efforts. With its roots in English law, the American version was adopted during the Civil War in light of alleged fraud by federal contractors skirting the proper procurement … Continue Reading

For The First Circuit, Transaction Costs in Structured Settlements are Not Fraud

Liability insurers charge premiums in exchange for an agreement to cover certain claims against their policyholders. When settling a tort claim against a policyholder, the insurance company can pay a lump-sum of cash or, in some cases, will enter into a “structured settlement” with the claimant. Here, the insurance company purchases an annuity (or a … Continue Reading
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