Nat Botwinick is a litigator who represents financial institutions, corporate clients, and individuals in government investigations, white collar defense matters, and internal investigations. He has significant experience successfully interfacing with the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and other federal and state agencies.
Nat also has experience with securities litigation, class action defense, and financial products litigation. He drafts briefs and other filings, oversees investigations, prepares witnesses, and manages discovery. Nat has represented a wide variety of corporate and individual clients across industries, including leading financial institutions, hedge funds, cryptocurrency firms, and life sciences companies.
- Defended a former executive at a broker-dealer in a SEC enforcement proceeding arising from alleged undisclosed markups in relation to the broker-dealer’s transition management business.
- Represented a major corporation in SEC and NY Attorney General investigations concerning alleged insider trading.
- Represented hedge funds in SEC investigations for alleged insider trading.
Co-Author, "Managing CCO Risk Without A Liability Standard From SEC," Law360, December 17, 2020
Co-Author, "Supreme Court to hear challenge to SEC’s ability to obtain disgorgement," Daily Journal, March 2, 2020
New York University School of Law (J.D. 2016)
Journal of Law and Liberty, Senior Articles Editor
Yale University (B.A., with distinction, 2011)
Varsity Fencing Team, NCAA All-American
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York