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Ms. Ellen Sessions is Head of Disputes for the Financial Institutions Division conducted by B.B. and Others Non-Insurance Financial Institutions, United States. Ms. Ellen focuses on the area of complicated disputes in commerce and industry, as well as security disputes and their resolution, in-house and company law inquiries and arbitration. Mr. Ellen is a regular representative of companies, sovereign and sovereign bankers, mutual and mutual fund managers, brokers, clearers, and the Company's senior executives and managing executives.
Mr. Ellen advises both commercial and private individuals and has broad arbitration expertise before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). During her studies Ellen worked at the International Lawyer Review. During her time at Princeton, Ellen was on the swimming squad and captained the Swimming and Diving squad in her final year.
Ms. Ellen has expertise in many areas of civilian lawsuits, including: Experienced in general and securities litigation: Mr. Ellen has broad legal expertise in conducting cases before German courts and arbitral tribunals. She has litigated and defended collective and shareholders' derivatives lawsuits and a broad spectrum of corporate, issuer, underwriter, bank, mutual fund, broker, clearer, consultant, executive and director lawsuits.
It has also acted on behalf of businesses in disputes over company governance, involving enemy takeover bids and power of attorney. Experienced in enforcement: Mr. Ellen has extensive law enforcement expertise, encompassing representation of corporations and individual clients in inside dealing, frauds, thefts and other investigative and business affairs. It has also acted on behalf of corporations, executive management and principals in Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC"), Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and Texas State Securities Board ("TSSB") inquiries and inquiries.
Mr. Ellen advises corporations, principals, executives and mutual fund managers on disputes resulting from merger, acquisition, go-private and proxies disputes. Among their representational experiences also belong: Support in complementing current regulatory compliancy capabilities, encompassing the determination of key legislation, policies and requirements ("LRRs") for broker and central bank businesses.