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Cohen & Gresser LLP

800 THIRD AVENUE, NEW YORK 10022, USA
Tel:
Work +212 957 7600
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Fax +212 957 4514
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Web:
www.cohengresser.com
New York, Paris, Seoul, Washington DC

Gale Dick

Tel:
Work +1 212 707 7263
Email:
Cohen & Gresser LLP

Work Department

Litigation and Arbitration/ White Collar Defense/ Privacy and Data Security 

Career

Gale Dick's practice focuses on international commercial arbitration and litigation, U.S. and cross-border corporate investigations, white collar criminal and enforcement matters, general commercial litgation, and securities litgation and arbitration.  

Languages

English

Member

New York State Bar; U.S. District Courts for the Sourther and Eastern Districts of New York

Education

J.D., Columbia Law School, 1998; B.A., University of California, Santa Cruz, 1986


United States: Dispute resolution

Securities litigation: defense

Within: Securities litigation: defense

Cohen & Gresser LLP in New York is ‘one of the top small firms in this area’ and ‘has a very strong practice that grasps both the financial details and the complex legal issues, and has the ability to explain complex structures in plain English’. The ‘extremely smartMark Cohen has ‘excellent judgment’ and leads the practice. Stephen Sinaiko, who is ‘excellent in every respect, very responsive and attentive’, Lawrence Gresser and Daniel Tabak are highly recommended by clients. Also noteworthy are Nathaniel Read, who focuses on matters involving structured finance and other complex financial products; C. Evan Stewart, who has expertise in the financial services industry; and Gale Dick, who with Cohen and Gresser advised a former analyst for Och-Ziff Capital Management on an SEC civil suit. Gresser and Sinaiko represented Airplanes Limited and Airplanes US Trust in matters arising from aircraft securitization deals.

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