Louis M. Solomon is a partner in Haynes and Boone's New York Litigation Practice. He has extensive experience litigating complex business, commercial, securities and bankruptcy and business restructuring cases.
Mr. Solomon represents clients in various complex commercial matters, including securities fraud cases, breach of contract actions, and partnership disputes. Mr. Solomon has represented individuals and corporations in connection with government and internal investigations, and has litigated numerous fraud cases involving banks and brokerages. Mr. Solomon's practice has also included real property actions involving senior and subordinated debt, and a variety of intellectual property matters. Mr. Solomon also has extensive experience in arbitration and mediations before various tribunals, including the AAA, the ICC and the ICDR.
Mr. Solomon is the co-author of the section on trademark infringement appearing in Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts (West 2009). He has also lectured on developments in hedge fund oversight.
Areas of Practice
- Banking and Financial Services Litigation;
- Bankruptcy and Insolvency Litigation
- Business Litigation;
Represented clients in multi-million dollar litigations involving:
Securities fraud claims
Advance fee fraud claims
Prime bank fraud claims
Dissolution of partnerships
Claims by lenders against borrowers and guarantors
Claims arising out of securitized transactions
Credit default and swap transactions
Antitrust claims on behalf of a trade association
Insider trading claims
Claims in bankruptcy proceedings
Conducted internal investigations for publicly traded companies
Conducted numerous arbitrations before the AAA, ICC, and ICDR
Cornell University (1985); University of Michigan Law School (J.D., cum laude, 1988)