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Liam O'Brien - Partner

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Phone: (212)286-4471 X111
Email: lobrien@mcoblaw.com
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Liam O'Brien has twenty years of broad-based experience trying cases as lead counsel in federal and state courts and before arbitration panels. Liam has successfully argued appeals before the United States Court of Appeals Second Circuit and the New York State Appellate Division and has represented clients in a number of other jurisdictions including Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, Texas and Washington D.C. As Senior Counsel with Theodore A. Krebsbach & Associates P.C., Liam successfully represented many of the major national brokerage firms in arbitration proceedings and tried most of the arbitration matters which proceeded to hearing. As a senior corporate litigation associate at Mendes & Mount, he represented a wide variety of corporate clients in the aviation and chemical manufacturing industries. Liam has authored various articles including International Joint Ventures: Contractual Problems and Strategic Solutions, Aircraft Builders Council, Inc. Law Report, Fall 1994 and The Impact of the Janus Ruling on Secondary Liability in 10b-5 Claims, Federal Bar Association Section, Spring 2012.

Mr. O’Brien is a 1991 graduate of Fordham University School of Law, where he was an editor/writer for the Fordham International Law Journal. He graduated cum laude from Fordham College, Fordham University in 1988.

Liam is a member of the Federal Bar Association (Government Relations Committee and the Chairman of the Securities Law Committee for the Southern District Chapter), American Bar Association and the New York County Bar Association where he is a member of the Arbitration and ADR committee. He is admitted to practice in New York State and before the United States District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts and the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.


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