Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Ryan Wilson has rejoined Lowenstein Sandler as a partner in the firm’s capital markets litigation and white-collar criminal defense practices.

Wilson had previously been an associate and counsel at the firm before departing in early 2016 to serve on President Barack Obama’s residential mortgage-backed securities task force in the Eastern District of New York. In that role, Wilson targeted subprime traders and RMBS issuers and underwriters.

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