Joseph McLaughlin Joins Bingham McCutchen in New York

Joseph T. McLaughlin has joined Bingham McCutchen as of counsel in its New York office. The firm announced today that McLaughlin has joined its Securities Area.

McLaughlin was previously chairman of Heller Ehrman’s New York office from 2002 to 2007, and is also a mediator and arbitrator with JAMS.  McLaughlin was also previously general counsel and later executive vice president of legal and regulatory affairs at Credit Suisse First Boston, as well as a former head of litigation at Shearman & Sterling. His practice will focus on domestic and foreign regulatory matters and internal investigations involving securities issues, auditing standards, economic sanctions, anti-money laundering and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

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  • Thomas Macentee
    Posted December 10, 2008, 1:58 pm 1:58 pm 0Likes

    It’s nice to see all these partners and attorneys finding dry land after the capsizing of the S.S. Heller Ehrman. However there are still over 300 employees – staff and attorneys – still without work this holiday season.

    It seesm that employers trying to screw employees out of what is owed them is not new. In October I was laid off along with close to 700 other employees at Heller.

    Just like Republic Heller won’t pay accrued vacation (I am sitting on over 225 hours) or the WARN Act monies as required by law. You’d think that lawyers would know what laws to follow and not to break! At least 300 of us have not found new employment in this economy and are looking forward to Crappy Holidays thanks to Heller Ehrman as well as Bank of America and Citibank who are making decisions not to pay us.

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