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International Law Office - Lawyers by Work Area
www.internationallawoffice.com, 7 Sept 2004 [cached]
Elizabeth Storch Partner - email@example.com
...ELIZABETH STORCH is a partner in the New York office, practicing in the area of litigation, with a focus on antitrust and contract matters, securities transactions and investment banking arrangements.Her
practice has also encompassed a wide range of securities law matters including the defense of securities industry practices in multidefendant class actions as well as clearing broker and customer broker disputes.She
has advised corporations, underwriters, utilities and other organizations with respect to disclosure issues under the securities laws and antitrust issues.
represented the Business Roundtable and the National Association of Manufacturers
in connection with preparing and supporting an industry sponsored proposal for the reform of requirements relating to the disclosure of forward-looking information.She
also has been involved in a wide variety of commercial matters, including major federal court litigation relating to transfer agent duties under Article 8 of the Uniform Commercial Code.
www.sidley.com, 9 July 2003 [cached]
...ELIZABETH STORCH, a partner in the New York office, focuses primarily on the litigation of commercial disputes for broker-dealers, investment banks, and other financial institutions before federal and state courts, and securities industry self-regulatory organizations.Her
practice encompasses a wide range of securities matters, including the defense of securities industry practices in multi-defendant class actions, as well as litigating mortgage-backed securities disputes, customer-broker disputes, and interpleader actions.She
has extensive experience litigating contract disputes with particular emphasis on securities purchase agreements and engagement letters.Her
practice also encompasses litigation and advisory work relating to various provisions of the antitrust laws, including defense of class actions arising from broker-dealer practices in connection with initial public offerings.