Alex Hyman is a New York-based litigator with more than a decade of experience representing a diverse array of clients. He has successfully litigated cases from start to finish in state and federal courts across the US.

    Alex’s practice focuses on the representation of global financial institutions and multinational corporations in complex commercial litigation, civil regulatory matters, internal investigations, antitrust, and anti-bribery and anti-corruption cases.

    Prior to joining the firm, Alex served as a trial attorney with the Commercial Litigation Branch of the US Department of Justice (DOJ), where he was lead trial and appellate counsel in commercial and employment matters.

    Alex maintains an active pro bono practice. Notably, he has advocated on behalf of immigrant families detained and separated at the border, appeared before US Citizenship and Immigration Services as counsel for asylum petitioners, and obtained sentence reductions for federal inmates under the First Step Act.

    Award Mouse thought multimedia interface book medal screen monitor
    • Represented a Fortune 500 financial services technology company in multibillion-dollar class action antitrust litigation.
    • Represented a broker-dealer at arbitration arising out of a credit default swap transaction.
    • Served as lead counsel on behalf of a class of disabled students alleging deprivation of education.
    • Conducted an internal investigation into multimillion-dollar fraud by a major financial services technology company’s former attorney.
    • Successfully appealed denials of sentence reductions under the First Step Act.

    Education

    • Columbia University School of Law, J.D., 2010
    • Cornell University, B.S., 2007

    Admissions

    • New York, 2011
    • New Jersey, 2010
    Award Mouse thought multimedia interface book medal screen monitor