Lanier Saperstein is a partner in the New York office. He has a broad international practice representing foreign financial institutions in litigation and regulatory matters, particularly those involving cross-border and extraterritorial issues. He has experience in matters relating to federal and state banking regulations, the UCC, the civil provisions of the Antiterrorism Act, the US Bankruptcy Code, the enforcement of subpoenas, asset restraints and judgments impacting conflicts of law analysis, as well as international discovery under the Hague Convention.
Mr. Saperstein writes extensively on topics impacting international financial institutions and speaks regularly on those topics in both Asia and the United States. He also is an adjunct professor at Fordham University School of Law, where he teaches a class on banking litigation.