Lawrence Hill, Esq.
Lawrence M. Hill is a tax partner in the New York office of Winston & Strawn LLP. He focuses his practice on the resolution of tax controversies through the IRS administrative process and litigation. Prior to joining Winston, Mr. Hill served as a senior partner and global head of tax controversy and litigation at several major international law firms.
Harvey Bell is a Managing Director, Senior Portfolio Manager, and team leader of The Bell Team at Morgan Stanley. He previously served as Senior Resident Director at Merrill Lynch, overseeing various offices in the New Jersey region, as well as being a Senior Portfolio Manager for Merrill Lynch’s Global Wealth Management Group. He was also on the leadership development team, where he trained other advisors at the Princeton training facility.
Jay Eisenhofer, co-founder and managing director of Grant & Eisenhofer P.A., has been counsel in more multi-hundred million dollar cases than any other securities litigator, including the $3.2 billion settlement in the Tyco case, the $922 million UnitedHealth Group settlement, the $486 million settlement with Pfizer, the $450 million settlement in the Global Crossing case, a $400 million settlement with Marsh & McLennan, a $303 million settlement with General Motors and a $300 million settlement with DaimlerChrysler. Internationally, Mr. Eisenhofer has organized cases on behalf of investors leading to substantial recoveries, including the $1.36 billion settlement with Fortis in the Netherlands, the $1 billion recovery against Royal Bank of Scotland in the United Kingdom, and the historic $450 million pan-European settlement in the Royal Dutch Shell case in the Netherlands. Mr. Eisenhofer was also the lead attorney in the seminal cases of American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees, Employees Pension Plan v. American International Group, Inc., where the U.S. Court of Appeals required shareholder proxy access reversing years of SEC no-action letters, and Carmody v. Toll Brothers, wherein the Delaware Court of Chancery first ruled that so-called “dead-hand” poison pills violated Delaware law.
Brooke Goldstein, Esq.
Brooke Goldstein is a New York City-based human rights attorney, author, and award-winning filmmaker. She serves as director of The Lawfare Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness about and facilitating a response to the abuse of Western legal systems and human rights law. Brooke is also the founder and director of the Children’s Rights Institute (CRI), a nonprofit organization whose mission is to track, spotlight, and legally combat violations of children’s basic human rights around the world. CRI has a special focus on the state-sponsored indoctrination and recruitment of children to become suicide-homicide bombers, child soldiers, and human shields.
Henry A. Shiner is a Toronto, Canada based strategic management consultant, investor and international investment banker, focusing on the high tech, cleantech and alternative energy spaces.