Mr. Rubin defends companies in private civil litigation alleging market manipulation and violations of the Commodity Exchange Act. He also represents exchanges, derivatives clearing organizations and swap data repositories in administrative review cases related to actions by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
Many of Mr. Rubin’s representations include significant overseas components, and he frequently addresses conflicts of law involving foreign blocking, data-protection, labor, privilege and secrecy laws. He also advises clients on federal and foreign anticorruption compliance issues, and assists U.S. and foreign companies in structuring and implementing anticorruption compliance programs.
In addition, Mr. Rubin represents companies and individuals in complex civil litigation, including multidistrict litigation, in both state and federal courts at both the trial and appellate levels. He advises on conducting electronic discovery and on managing electronic data to maximize litigation readiness.
Mr. Rubin writes on crisis management in parallel proceedings and cross-border discovery, and lectures on electronic discovery and electronic-data management, anticorruption compliance, conducting internal investigations, and managing cross-border discovery and data-protection issues.