Martin J. Crisp focuses his practice in the areas of transactional and securities litigation and works with private equity and public company clients to defend against suits filed in connection with merger transactions – including strategic, financial and going private transactions. In addition, he also represents clients in federal securities actions and in related government investigations.
- JD, cum laude, University of Pennsylvania Law School, 2004; James Wilson Scholar, Finalist in 2003-2004 Edwin R. Keedy Moot Court Competition, Lead Attorney in 2003-2004 Penn Law National Trial Team
- BS (industrial economics), honors, Cornell University, 2001
- New York, 2005
- U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, 2006
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, 2011
- U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York, 2011
- TPG, Bain Capital, and Other Private Equity Funds: Represent many major private equity funds and their portfolio companies in a variety of matters, including transactional litigation and enforcement actions.
- J.Crew Group: Member of deal and litigation team that successfully represented TPG Capital in defense of multiple shareholder actions in Delaware and New York challenging TPG’s $3 billion acquisition of J.Crew.
- KIT digital: Represented KIT digital, a multinational video management software and services company, in 10b-5 stock drop litigation and related derivative actions.
- Large International Investment Company: Representing multiple foreign subsidiaries of a London-based investment firm in litigations in U.S. bankruptcy court relating to the Madoff investment fraud.
- Multinational Financial Institution: Representing a major financial institution in an SEC inquiry concerning the marketing and sale of structured financial products.
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