James Goldfarb defends corporations, financial institutions, accounting firms, and their executives in securities fraud and related litigation in state and federal court. His practice concentrates on claims brought under the 1933 and 1934 Acts, state blue sky laws, and the common law. In recent years, he has represented financial institutions in cases involving complex financial products, including CDOs, RMBS, and other asset-backed securities, as well as derivatives. Mr. Goldfarb also litigates complex business and bankruptcy matters, including lender liability, fiduciary duty and commercial contract disputes.
Mr. Goldfarb is a member of the New York City Bar Association’s Securities Litigation committee.
Before practicing law, Mr. Goldfarb worked for the federal government and Arthur Andersen.
1933 and 1934 Act Actions
Asset-Backed Securities Litigation
Complex Commercial Litigation