Bryan P. Goff represents clients in a broad range of complex commercial matters, including transactional, litigation, advisory, and regulatory matters. Bryan advises clients on structured transactions, licensing agreements, and other commercial ventures. Bryan’s litigation practice includes matters involving breach of contract, intellectual property issues, fraud allegations, trade regulation, and other commercial disputes. He has experience in all phases of complex litigation, including litigation avoidance, settlement negotiation, discovery, motion-practice, and trial.
Bryan has experience representing financial institutions in diverse matters involving structured finance and derivatives, including transactions, restructuring, and litigation. He also counsels financial institution clients on issues such as evaluating complex transaction documents and legal arbitrage trading strategies. He represents financial institutions in connection with investigations by the Securities and Exchange Commission and internal regulatory investigations.
Bryan’s legal practice is enriched by computer programming experience and a degree in computer science and engineering. Prior to practicing law, Bryan worked as a web developer for over a decade, and he has several years of experience designing and programming server-side web applications. He also worked as a market surveillance analyst in the legal and regulatory department of the International Securities Exchange in New York, where he focused on data analytics, application, and database programming.
New York University School of Law, 2007, Juris Doctor
University of Connecticut, 2002, Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude
University of Connecticut, 2003, Bachelor of Science, Engineering, Cum Laude
US District Court for the Eastern District of New York
US District Court for the Southern District of New York