Continuing the expansion of its national Litigation Practice, Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C. announced the addition of Therese Doherty, the former co-chair of the Litigation Department at Herrick Feinstein, as a Member based in New York. She is the third prominent litigator to join the office in the last two months.
A seasoned securities litigator with experience in complex civil litigation, regulatory enforcement proceedings and internal investigations involving securities, futures and derivatives, Ms. Doherty also previously led Herrick’s Securities, Futures & Derivatives Litigation practice group.
"We are delighted to have Therese join the firm," said Bob Bodian, Managing Member of Mintz Levin. "Therese not only is one of the most accomplished securities litigators in the country, but she fits perfectly into our collaborative culture. The firm just concluded its second record-breaking year in a row, with revenue up 33% and profits per partner up 25% during that time, and the addition of Therese and other talented partners puts even more wind at our backs, and offers our clients more depth and breadth in key areas. This is a very exciting time for Mintz Levin."
Adding to its growing New York office, Mintz Levin also recently announced the addition of Christopher Sullivan, a highly-respected trial and appellate attorney and Anthony Mulrain, a leading sports and entertainment lawyer, both Members in the firm’s Litigation practice. Anthony J. Marsico, a leading corporate finance and capital markets attorney, also recently joined the New York office as a Member in the Corporate and Securities practice.
Ms. Doherty represents banks, broker-dealers, futures commission merchants and industry executives, counseling her clients on high-stakes litigation strategy, including handling corporate crises and internal investigations. She also develops policies, procedures and controls and provides incisive regulatory compliance counseling.
Over the course of her career, she has defended a wide range of firms and individuals in investigations and enforcement proceedings initiated by government agencies including the CFTC, SEC and DOJ, self-regulatory organizations including the NFA and FINRA, and futures and derivative exchanges.