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Admitted: New York
Law School: New York University, J.D., 1991
College: College of William and Mary, B.A., 1988
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Practice Areas: Civil Litigation; Commercial Litigation; Arbitration; Mediation & Alternative Dispute Resolution; Distressed Debt & Claims Trading; Securities Litigation; Employment Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution; Bankruptcy; Restructuring & Commercial Law;
Additional Information: Dominic is the head of and assigning partner for the New York office's Litigation Practice. He is also co-founder of Mintz Levin’s Distressed Debt & Claims Trading Practice.
Dominic is a commercial litigator who concentrates his practice in complex contract, partnership, securities, and real estate disputes. He also has extensive experience litigating and advising clients with respect to disputes involving bankruptcy and distressed debt transactions, intellectual property, and biotechnology. He is a member of the firm’s Privacy & Security Practice Group, and litigates data breaches and data security issues. Dominic has been retained as a testifying and consultative expert relating to the purchase and sale of trade claims in bankruptcy.
He has litigated in various state and federal courts throughout the country, and has arbitrated extensively before the predominate arbitral bodies, including the American Arbitration Association, the NASD, and JAMS. He has also successfully mediated a number of disputes before those same bodies as well as before privately hired mediators.
His clients include multinational corporations, lenders, investors, commercial landlords, telephone manufacturers, and other telecommunications companies, biotechnology companies, and other large publicly and privately held entities. Dominic also has represented individuals in commercial disputes. Throughout his career, aside from his work as a litigator, Dominic has provided general corporate, bankruptcy, and prelitigation advice to clients.
Firm Members: Peter Chavkin Peter Zlotnick