Robert E. Barnett is a former chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Prior to his service with the FDIC, he practiced first as a litigator in New York City and then as Counsel to the Governor of Nebraska. A graduate of Harvard University Law School, Mr. Barnett has been a director of a venture capital firm, and is the author of several books on the responsibilities and liabilities of directors of commercial banks, bank holding companies, and savings institutions. Read More >>>


James C. Sivon is a former minority staff director for the Banking Committee of the House of Representatives. After leaving the Banking Committee, and before entering private practice, he served as the General Counsel to the Association of Bank Holding Companies. A graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, Mr. Sivon is the author of several publications on banking and insurance law, and is a member of the Executive Committee of the Federal Bar Association's Section on Banking Law. Read More >>>

Raymond Natter Bio

Raymond Natter is an authority on financial services law and policy, who has served in senior positions in the Federal Government. He was the deputy chief counsel of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, where he had significant involvement in developing the agency's regulations. Earlier, he was counsel to the Senate Banking Committee and served as a senior counsel at the Federal Reserve Board. Mr. Natter is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center and holds a Master of Law from the National Law Center at George Washington University. Read More >>>

Richard Fitzgerald Bio

Morton Rosenberg is a nationally known expert on the Constitutional requirements for the appointment of Executive Branch officers, Congressional investigations, and Administrative Law. Previous to joining the firm, he was a senior legal consultant to the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, consultant to the PCAOB with regard to the Supreme Court challenge to its authority, and for over 30 years was a legal specialist for the Congressional Research Service. Read More >>>

Richard Fitzgerald Bio

Daniel Berkland retired from the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) after a thirty year career in financial institution examination. At the FHFA he was principal supervision specialist in the Office of Supervision Infrastructure. There Berkland wrote the agency's supervision handbook and other guidance for examiners working in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. He joined the FHFA's predecessor agency, the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight in 2004 as the lead operational risk examiner at Fannie Mae. Read More >>>

Laura Goldman Bio

Katie Wechsler is counsel in the firm.
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Cheryl Warren is the firm's office manager.
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