Bill Wagener joined Sullivan & Cromwell in 2003 and became a special counsel in the Firm’s Litigation Group in 2012. His practice focuses on complex financial and commercial litigation, typically on behalf of large corporations and financial institutions. Mr. Wagener has worked on a variety of securities, contract, fraud, derivative, antitrust and fraudulent-conveyance lawsuits, many of which involved complicated financial instruments and accounting issues. He has also worked on internal investigations into violations of U.S. economic sanctions laws, employee misconduct and accounting irregularities.
Mr. Wagener has extensive experience working with and against expert witnesses at Sullivan & Cromwell. In addition Mr. Wagener worked at Navigant Consulting before attending law school, where he prepared written testimony for economists and other experts in telecommunications regulatory proceedings and antitrust litigation.
William H. Wagener, Note: Modeling the Effect of One-Way Fee Shifting on Discovery Abuse in Private Antitrust Litigation, 78 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1887 (2003) (cited with approval in Bell Atl. Corp. v. Twombly, 550 U.S. 544 (2007).)
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