Since 2006, Kurt Rademacher has advised financial institutions and individuals in a range of securities matters. In recent years, Kurt has focused his practice on matters arising from various structured products, including RMBS, CMBS, and CDOs. He advises clients in connection with dispute resolutions, transactions (including the amendment of legacy transactions), restructuring and bankruptcy matters, and regulatory investigations.
In addition to his transactional and advisory work, Kurt has represented clients in various courts throughout the country in trust instructional proceedings concerning the ongoing administration of structured products. A member of the firm’s Class Action Working Group, Kurt has also defended clients in civil securities fraud actions involving and CDOs, civil cases arising from alleged breaches concerning RMBS, and litigation challenging proposed M&A transactions.
Kurt maintains an active pro bono practice. Among other representations, he has worked with a veteran seeking government benefits for combat-related injuries, a New York nonprofit providing training services to unemployed fathers, and numerous clients seeking U.S. citizenship.
Represented a collateral manager in a CDO fraud action.
Represented RMBS indenture trustees in numerous fraud class actions throughout the country.
Represented an industrial conglomerate in a multijurisdictional insurance recovery dispute over coverage for asbestos liabilities.
Represented a national retailer in litigation challenging a proposed merger.
Defended investment bank executives in civil securities fraud actions concerning CDOs.
Columbia Law School, 2006, J.D.
University of Michigan, 2003, B.B.A.
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York