Mr. Scheinkman is counsel in the Litigation Department. He represents clients in a variety of civil and criminal litigation matters, including securities cases, mass tort actions, complex commercial litigation matters, and criminal and regulatory investigations. His recent matters include the representation of Con Edison in government investigations and civil litigation arising out of the East Harlem and East Village gas explosions, and Morgan Stanley in litigation relating to residential mortgage-backed securities. [Full Bio]

Companies and law enforcement are increasingly turning to white hat hackers for help.  The FBI apparently paid consultants over $1,000,000 to unlock an iPhone used by one of the shooters in the San Bernardino attacks, and companies such as Microsoft, Uber, Facebook, and Google are paying hackers tens of thousands
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