Judson Lobdell has extensive experience in the fields of securities litigation and criminal law, including securities class actions, shareholder derivative actions, SEC enforcement actions, criminal jury trials, DOJ and SEC investigations, and internal investigations. He is a former Assistant United States Attorney who has tried more than 30 cases to juries and argued cases in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit and the D.C. Court of Appeals.
Mr. Lobdell has lectured and written extensively in the area of securities litigation. He co-taught the spring 2017 Securities Litigation course at Stanford Law School. He is the primary author of the Association of Corporate Counsel’s current guide to stockholder derivative litigation and one of two primary authors of the Association of Corporate Counsel’s current guide to merger litigation.
Mr. Lobdell received his J.D., cum laude, from Harvard Law School in 1989. He received his B.A., with distinction, from Stanford University in 1985.
Mr. Lobdell’s representative litigation matters include defending the following entities and individuals:
Mr. Lobdell is recommended by Legal 500 US 2016 for his work with clients in the renewable/alternative energy industry and for his experience with shareholder litigation matters. He is also recommended by Legal 500 US 2013 for M&A Litigation.
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