Jones Day's Financial Institutions Litigation & Regulation Practice comprises lawyers around the world who represent financial institution clients in litigations, regulatory compliance, enforcement proceedings, and government investigations, and advise on how to manage risk to reduce financial and reputational liabilities.
Our team of attorneys has extensive experience representing leading U.S. and non-U.S. financial institutions in sophisticated bank product litigations, including collateralized debt obligations and credit default swaps litigations, other structured products litigations, foreign exchange rate manipulation litigations, and trustee litigations.
We have a deep bench of lawyers who advise on regulatory compliance, investigations, and enforcement issues, many of whom held prominent positions at government agencies before joining Jones Day. They hold knowledge critical to businesses at a time where a single misstep could result in simultaneous civil litigation, enforcement proceedings, and government investigations.
We offer seasoned counsel to financial institutions on ways to mitigate risk through prevention, help clients set up procedures to avoid data security and compliance breaches, and advise on emerging issues affecting the marketplace.