Litigation & Dispute Resolution Group
An experienced commercial litigator, Randall has advised and represented clients in courts, before arbitration panels and in out-of-court negotiations, prevailing at trials and winning appeals. Randall’s wide range of cases involve investment and hedge funds; commercial and investment banks; bond insurers; CDOs, CLOs and other offshore structured finance vehicles; liquidators and parties to bankruptcies; reinsurers; commercial borrowers and lenders; and privately held businesses and shareholders. Randall also has litigated complex financial agreements such as credit default swaps and other derivatives. At the same time, Randall has advised and represented individuals, not-for-profits and family offices in disputes involving partnerships, fiduciary obligations, will contests and trusts and estates.
Randall received his J.D. degree from Duke University School of Law, where he was selected to the Moot Court Board. He received his B.S. degree in Psychology at Duke University, graduating cum laude.