Brittany Brudnicki is an associate in the Litigation practice. She focuses on general and complex litigation, internal investigations, and regulatory compliance. Brittany has represented clients in federal and state court in connection with securities class actions, antitrust class actions, RICO, and intellectual property theft. She has experience managing U.S. and foreign internal investigations related to foreign bribery, insider trading, and money laundering. She has also advised clients on regulatory compliance, specifically in the area of U.S. insider trading laws.
Brittany is actively involved in pro bono work. She has represented clients in federal court in connection with 1983 claims against the NYPD and she has assisted with a sentence appeal in front of the Second Circuit. She is also an editor of Shearman & Sterling’s Need-to-Know Litigation Weekly regarding Government/Regulatory Enforcement.
- Former executives of a foreign subsidiary of a multinational company in connection with an FCPA investigation and potential criminal prosecution
- A major financial institution in connection with the Department of Justice’s FIFA anti-corruption investigation
- An international investment conglomerate in connection with a company-wide FCPA and securities compliance review
- A major financial institution in securing a dismissal of $1 billion RICO litigation arising out of alleged fraud at a foreign subsidiary
- Countrywide in securing a favorable settlement in litigation arising out of alleged fraud in connection with the sale of its Alpha Mezz CDO
- SS&C Technologies, Inc. in litigation involving theft of company trade secrets
- Altice USA in litigation arising out of its June 2017 IPO
New York University School of Law
- United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
- United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York
- Author, D.C. Circuit Upholds Constitutionality of SEC Administrative Proceedings, New York Law Journal, September 6, 2016