Los Angeles, California 90017
Jeremy D. Andersen joined the firm in 2003. His accounting background allowed him to begin work immediately in untangling large financial frauds. Since joining the firm, he has worked on multiple cases involving billions of dollars worth of financial-fraud claims. Bringing such claims has involved reconstructing complex structured finance transactions, tracing cash flows (real and falsified), dealing with intercompany accounting and revenue issues, and following transactions from inception, to the accounting records, to the audited financial statements and other representations made to investors. He represented securities purchasers, insurance companies, and bankrupt estates against most of the world’s largest banks and auditing firms. Most recently, he has been working on misrepresentation claims tied to mortgage-backed securities, claims based on alleged manipulation of the London Interbank Offered Rate, and class-action antitrust claims tied to collusion in the market for credit-default swaps.
|Areas of Practice||1) Lender Liability & Other Banking Financial Institution Litigation, 2) Investment Fund & Fund Advisor Litigation, 3) Securities Litigation and 4) Structured Finance & Derivatives Litigation|
|Law School||Harvard Law School (J.D., cum laude, 2003)|
|Education||Arizona State University (B.S., 2000)|
|Most recent firm||Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP|
Alan Singer is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Securities Practice. Mr. Singer advises companies with regard to a diverse range of corporate and securities matters.