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Fordham Law Alumni Named in Billboard’s 2018 Top Music Lawyers List

Alumni Paul Robinson ’83, Douglas Davis ‘98, Julian Petty ’06, and Adam Zia ’04 were named to Billboard’s 2018 Top Music Lawyers list. PAUL ROBINSON, 60 Executive vp/general counsel, Warner Music Group; Fordham University School of Law Robinson, along with WMG CFO Eric Levin, led a team of over 50 executives companywide to pay out

Queens Native Matthew Higgins Joins ‘Shark Tank’ as Guest Investor

Alumnus Matt Higgins ’02 was featured in AM New York about his appearance as a guest investor in the current season of the ABC show Shark Tank. A New York City native who cut his teeth working for Mayor Rudy Giuliani before carving out a career in sports and investment is ready to jump into

Leading Financial Services Regulatory Partner Joins Cooley

Alumnus Kenneth Juster ’05 joins Cooley LLP as partner. Juster focuses his practice on all aspects of laws and regulations applicable to broker‐dealers, investment advisers, alternative trading systems and securities trading. He has also advised emerging and established companies on the development and operation of funding portals and online capital-raising platforms, including in the venture

John Brennan’s Take on Election Security

Center on National Security Distinguished Fellow and former CIA director John Brennan was quoted in a Yahoo article about voting security for the upcoming midterm elections. But in an interview last week, former Central Intelligence Agency director John Brennan, a longtime security expert, refrained from retreating into fingernail-chewing anxiety. Instead, Brennan said he’s confident in

Rosenstein Is Said to Be Pressuring Mueller to Wrap up the Russia Probe, but Mueller Looks Nowhere Near Finished

Jed Shugerman was quoted in a Business Insider article about special counsel Robert Mueller’s Trump-Russia investigation. Jed Shugerman, a professor at Fordham Law School, said he believes it is significant that Mueller agreed to narrow the scope of his initial questions for Trump to focus on collusion rather than obstruction. “It suggests Mueller thinks that’s