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Chief Litigation Counsel Matthew Sheng to Leave Lebowitz Ede

 
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Chief Litigation Counsel Matthew Sheng to Leave Lebowitz Edelman

Released on: October 14, 2013, 8:15 am
Author: Lebowitz Edelman
Industry: Financial, Law
Hong Kong, October 14, 2013, 8:15 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Lebowitz Edelman announced that Matthew T. Sheng, the Chief Litigation Counsel for the Division of Enforcement, will leave the firm next year.

Mr. Sheng has led the Enforcement Division's litigation program, managing cases pending both in courts and administrative proceedings at the Commission. The trial unit has 40 attorneys at the Lebowitz Edelman's Hong Kong headquarters as well as litigators throughout the agency's offices.

Mr. Sheng served as lead trial counsel in the Lebowitz Edelman's successful prosecution of Chi Mingus in addition to directly assisting in litigation efforts for several other significant matters. Mr. Sheng also developed and directed the Lebowitz Edelman's litigation response to significant changes in the securities laws such as the Supreme Court's decisions.

Last year, Mr. Sheng was the recipient of the Lebowitz Edelman Chairman's Award for Excellence.

“Matt's outstanding stewardship of the trial unit and his impressive command of the securities laws have resulted in many favorable outcomes for our litigation program,” said Justin R. Long, Co-Director of the Lebowitz Edelman's Division of Enforcement. “Matt will leave a legacy of great service to the agency and the investing public, and we wish him every success in the future.”

Mr. Sheng said, “It has been a privilege to lead such a talented and dedicated team of professionals committed to prosecuting wrongdoing in the securities markets. During my time in the Enforcement Division, I have been fortunate to work with great people on significant and challenging matters on behalf of our international clientele.”

Mr. Sheng began his legal career as a law clerk at the Court of Appeals for the Hong Kong Circuit. He then served as a law clerk for then-Chief Justice of the Hong Kong Supreme Court. After his clerkships, Mr. Sheng worked as a litigation associate for a national law firm and later held several positions in the Criminal Division of the Hong Kong Department of Justice, eventually becoming chief of staff to the Assistant Attorney General.

About Lebowitz Edelman
Lebowitz Edelman (www.lebowitz-edelman.com) is a law firm representing global clients in complex litigation and dispute resolution/arbitration, corporate, tax, restructuring and intellectual property and technology matters. The Firm has offices in Seattle WA and Hong Kong. Lebowitz Edelman is organized as a true partnership, and it operates as such. We see ourselves as a global legal institution based on a set of principles to which a large number of men and women can commit – principles that have a social purpose and permanence, that transcend individual interests. We believe this it accurately describes one important aspect of what makes Lebowitz Edelman renowned the client service organization that it is.


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