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Mintz Member Adam L. Sisitsky Named Co-Chair of Firm’s Securities Litigation Practice

Adam L. Sisitsky, a Member of the Litigation Practice of Mintz, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C., was recently named Co-Chair of the firm’s Securities Litigation Practice. Mr. Sisitsky will serve along with current Co-Chair, John F. Sylvia.

Mr. Sisitsky’s practice encompasses a wide range of matters focusing on business and securities litigation, internal investigations, and government enforcement actions. He represents corporations, officers, directors, accountants, and other individuals in SEC investigations and enforcement proceedings, as well as in civil litigation. He routinely counsels public and private companies and others in matters involving compliance issues, including matters arising under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Mr. Sisitsky is also Chair of the firm’s Israel Practice.

“Adam has a proven track record in representing clients in some of the most complex, bet-the company cases,” said Scott Ford, Section Head of the firm’s Litigation Practice. “With a deep bench of attorneys across multiple offices, the firm’s Securities Litigation Practice, led by Adam and Jack, will continue to provide our clients with unmatched, exceptional service.”

The Securities Litigation Practice represents clients in securities class actions, derivative suits, litigation, and SEC or other regulatory investigations and enforcement proceedings. Its attorneys are consistently recognized by Chambers USA, Best Law Firms (Securities Regulation), Benchmark Litigation, Best Lawyers, Super Lawyers, and Ethisphere Institute's Attorneys Who Matter.