Immanuel Foster represents health care, financial services, insurance and other types of companies in a wide range of complex civil litigation and government investigations.
Mr. Foster’s recent experience includes representing:
- a software company and certain of its officers and directors in a securities class action suit and follow-on derivative suit concerning disclosures and financial guidance related to a new product launch;
- a financial services company in Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Department of Justice (DOJ) investigations concerning suspicious activity reporting under the Bank Secrecy Act;
- a financial services company in an SEC investigation concerning Section 5 of the Securities Act of 1933;
- an investment adviser in an SEC investigation concerning fixed-income trading practices;
- a biopharmaceutical company in a DOJ investigation concerning the Anti-Kickback Statute; and
- a financial services trade organization as amicus counsel in a matter before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, in which the court affirmed a ruling in favor of the organization.
Mr. Foster maintains an active pro bono practice, which has included representing migrant workers in a labor trafficking suit and refugees seeking asylum in the U.S. In law school, he was a member of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, where he represented tenants in summary process eviction proceedings in Boston Housing Court.