Agnès Dunogué


Agnès Dunogué is a partner in the firm’s Litigation Group.  Ms. Dunogué’s practice focuses on securities litigation, as well as complex commercial litigation and appellate litigation.  Ms. Dunogué has represented investment banks, other companies, and directors and officers in numerous securities matters in state and federal courts.  She has also advised clients in the context of mergers and acquisitions, and has represented companies in investigations by the DOJ, State Department, SEC and the New York Stock Exchange.  Ms. Dunogué’s practice includes representing clients in appellate matters in a number of state and federal courts.  Ms. Dunogué was recognized in 2017 by The Legal 500 as a “Next Generation Lawyer” in Securities Litigation Defense and was selected by Law360 as a 2016 Rising Star in Securities.  In 2016, Benchmark Litigation recognized Ms. Dunogué in its inaugural “Under 40 Hot List” and she was also recognized in Super Lawyers (New York) in 2013, 2014, and 2015.

Ms. Dunogué is a former law clerk to Judge Robert D. Sack, on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and Judge Kimba M. Wood, on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Selected Experience

  • Represent Barclays in several securities litigations throughout the country, in connection with residential mortgage-backed securities, including in actions brought by various Federal Home Loan Banks.
  • Represent Nomura in numerous RMBS loan repurchase litigations.
  • Represent Barclays and Morgan Stanley in securities class action brought against issuer, directors and officers, underwriters and selling stockholders in connection with a public stock offering. 
  • Represent Credit Suisse and Citigroup in securities class action brought against issuer, directors and officers, and underwriters of a public stock offering.

Pro Bono

Agnès has been active in a variety of pro bono work. Most recently, Agnès filed an amicus brief on behalf of the Service Women’s Action Network (SWAN) and a number of individual retired or former military officers in support of petitioners in a case before the United States Supreme Court, Whole Women’s Health v. Cole.  Among other engagements, Agnès also represented a pro bono client in an appeal to the New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, of a Family Court decision, obtaining a unanimous reversal of the order that had been entered against her client; the appellate decision was reported in the New York Law Journal.


  • Yale Law School, J.D., 2004
  • Harvard University, B.A., 1998, summa cum laude


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