Randy’s litigation practice focuses on a wide variety of complex commercial disputes and other contested matters. He has successfully represented major corporations in the defense, financial services, life insurance, construction, and accounting industries, as well as small businesses, educational institutions, and individuals. Randy has successfully litigated a wide range of matters before federal and state courts and in arbitration and mediation, including False Claims Act lawsuits, government contracts disputes, construction claims, antitrust claims, real estate disputes, and allegations of federal and state privacy act violations. Randy also has experience representing corporate clients in government investigations and internal investigations.
Randy is also committed to pro bono work and has represented clients on a pro bono basis in Veteran’s Benefit Claims, FTCA claims, criminal matters involving claims of actual innocence, and civil and criminal matters alleging violations of state and federal wiretapping statutes.
Prior to joining the firm, Randy was counsel at an international law firm. Randy received his bachelor’s degree in government, magna cum laude, from Harvard University in 2001. He received his law degree from Columbia Law School in 2006. While in law school, he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and the 20th Anniversary Editor of the Columbia Business Law Review.