Mayer Brown Adds Matthew Rossi to Office in Washington, D.C.
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It was announced this week that the law firm of Mayer Brown has added Matthew Rossi to its office in Washington, D.C. as a partner in the firm’s Securities & Litigation Enforcement Group. The firm announced the move in a press release.

Rossi comes to the firm from the Enforcement Division of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. While there, Rossi worked as the Assistance Chief Litigation Counsel. He was responsible for investigating and litigating any violations of the federal securities law by hedge fund managers, financial institutions, investment advisors and broker-dealers.


Rossi also worked in the Enforcement Division’s Asset Management Unit as the Senior Counsel. Rossi worked as a litigation partner at Akin Gump prior to joining the SEC.

“Matt is a highly regarded securities lawyer and litigator with a distinguished career in both government and private practice, and we are thrilled to have him join Mayer Brown,” said Daniel Masur, partner-in-charge of Mayer Brown’s Washington DC office.

“Mayer Brown’s preeminent experience advising multinational corporate and financial services clients across a wide range of securities enforcement and compliance matters greatly complements my existing experience, and I look forward to working alongside the firm’s talented team of lawyers,” Rossi said.

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A co-leader of Mayer Brown’s U.S. Securities Litigation and Enforcement Group, Richard Rosenfeld, said, “Matt’s extensive experience handling investment adviser cases will greatly complement both our securities defense and investment management practices. His knowledge of the ever-changing regulatory landscape, especially pertaining to Dodd Frank, will be of tremendous value to existing and potential clients facing investigations and enforcement action by regulators.”

Rossi earned his J.D. from Cornell Law School and his MA from University of Chicago. He earned his BA from Le Moyne College. While at the SEC, Rossi helped to revise the organization’s examination procedures.

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