Robert Jossen

Practice Areas

Practice Areas


Complex Commercial Disputes

Involved in numerous complex commercial disputes of all varieties. Representative areas include breach of contracts, partnership disputes, valuation proceedings, trusts and estates, technical manufacturing requirements.

White Collar Criminal Defense

Numerous representations of individuals and entities in many different regulatory and criminal investigations, as well as the conduct of internal investigations, representations of Boards of Directors or Special Committees.  Representative areas include investigations by the SEC, DOJ, CFTC, as well as internal investigations.  The subject matter areas include financial reporting, securities laws, alleged fraud, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, alleged violations of company policies and procedures.

Securities Law Disputes

Class actions, proxy contests, and other securities law disputes in courts throughout the United States.  Representative areas include representation of entities, directors, officers and employees in many different industries.

Professional Responsibility/Ethics

Provided advice and counsel to lawyers in connection with Professional Responsibility and Ethics matters.  Representative areas include disciplinary committee investigations, alleged claims of discrimination, risk management and reporting requirements.

Financial and Accounting Disputes

Involved in numerous disputes touching upon the financial and accounting industries, or in matters which have involved issues that affect financial institutions, including accounting principles under GAAP and GAAS. Representative areas also include Section 102(e) issues before the SEC concerning the accounting profession.

Copyright and Trademark Disputes

Involved in disputes concerning intellectual property rights, and the co-author of  a chapter on Trademark and Copyright litigation in a well regarded federal practice treatise. 

Internal Investigations and Special Committee Representations

Retained to provide advice and counsel to Boards of Directors or Special Committees on specific matters, including to conduct internal investigations.  Representative areas include financial statement issues, violations of corporate policy, alleged violations of securities laws, alleged misconduct by officers or employees.