The Am Law Daily has learned that Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher's securities enforcement co-chair Barry Goldsmith is advising on Galleon Group's closure, prompted by the insider trading charges against the hedge fund's billionaire founder and Gibson Dunn client Raj Rajaratnam. Gibson Dunn white-collar defense co-chair Jim Walden is representing Rajaratnam. A law firm spokeswoman denied that the firm is advising Galleon Management itself.
Sinking Galleon Group Latches On to Gibson Dunn
The American Lawyer
October 22, 2009