A.G. Schneiderman Announces Appointment Of David Nachman As Senior Enforcement Counsel

NEW YORK - Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today announced the appointment of David Nachman to the position of Senior Enforcement Counsel, Executive Division. In this new position, Mr. Nachman will play a key role in enforcement matters brought by the Attorney General’s office.

Prior to this appointment, Mr. Nachman served as Enforcement Section Chief in the Charities Bureau, where he led the bureau’s investigation into and litigation against the American Red Cross, the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty, the Pearson Foundation, the National Arts Club and Long Island’s Coalition Against Breast Cancer, among many others.

“As part of my commitment to building the best public law firm in America, I am proud to appoint David Nachman, a top-notch legal mind, as Senior Enforcement Counsel,” Attorney General Schneiderman said. “As the head of the Enforcement Section in our Charities Bureau, David handled cases with tremendous skill, integrity and common sense. He has worked tirelessly to make New York’s important not-for-profit sector stronger, more honest and more transparent. We are now bringing his talents to bear across the wide variety of civil rights, consumer protection, securities and other legal issues my office grapples with every day."

Before joining the Attorney General’s office in 2011, Mr. Nachman concentrated on the litigation and resolution of securities cases, cross-border disputes and white-collar criminal matters during an extensive career in private practice. He is a graduate of the NYU School of Law and a past chair of the New York City Bar’s Committee on International Human Rights.

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