Zachary D. Rosenbaum

Zachary RosenbaumZachary D. Rosenbaum is Chair of the Capital Markets Litigation group. He has a multi-state and international trial practice, focusing on securities and structured finance litigation, M&A disputes, secured and unsecured financing matters and bankruptcy-related litigation. Zach has developed a specialty in litigating actions on behalf of institutional investors, both foreign and domestic, involving residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS), CDOs and derivatives. He also routinely conducts arbitration proceedings in domestic and international disputes. He represents the “buy-side,” including asset managers, hedge funds and private equity funds.  More…

Jennifer Delgado

 Jennifer DelgadoJennifer Fiorica Delgado is a partner in the firm’s Capital Markets Litigation group, where she represents “buy-side” clients, including U.S.-based and global companies, hedge funds, and institutional investors, in litigation involving complex financial products and commercial disputes. She has extensive experience representing market participants in litigation spanning a wide range of areas, including structured finance and securities litigation, M&A disputes, and bankruptcy-related litigation.

Known for her tireless dedication to client service, Jennifer builds close, long-term relationships that enable her to proactively identify and address client needs. She is also a leader and frequent contributor to the firm’s Capital Markets Litigation blog, writing on various topics of interest to the financial community. More…

Ryan Wilson

Ryan WilsonRyan M. Wilson represents clients in a variety of complex civil and criminal litigation matters, with a particular focus on cases involving structured financial products, derivatives, and other complex securities. He also has significant experience in litigation arising from mergers and acquisitions, including post-merger disputes involving indemnification issues. Ryan handles both plaintiff and defense work.

Ryan rejoined Lowenstein Sandler in June 2018 after being appointed in 2015 to serve as an Assistant U.S. Attorney on the President’s Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities (RMBS) Task Force in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York. In that capacity, Ryan played a leading role in the prosecution of the third-largest RMBS issuer/underwriter in the world for its participation in the 2006-2009 worldwide financial crisis. That prosecution led to a $7.2 billion settlement with the government—the largest single-bank fraud prosecution in the history of the U.S. Department of Justice. After concluding that matter, Ryan served as the lead prosecutor against the bank’s former head of subprime trading for his role in the bank’s fraud. He was one of only a small handful of prosecutors to bring cases against individuals that contributed to the financial crisis. More…