Jared Stamell

Contact:

Jared B. Stamell

212-566-4051

stamell@ssnylaw.com

Education:

JD, cum laude, Harvard Law School, 1971; Awarded Frank Know Fellowship

MS, London School of Economics, 1972

AB, high distinction, University of Michigan, 1968; Member of Phi Betta Kappa, Pi Sigma Alpha

State Admissions:

New York

New Jersey

Massachusetts

District of Columbia

Federal Admissions:

 U.S. Supreme Court      

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York

U.S. District for the District of Columbia

U.S. District of New Jersey

U.S. District of Massachusetts       
 

Mr. Stamell represents individuals and investment firms, mainly on the plaintiff side of claims, for violations of federal regulatory laws, including antitrust and securities laws, fraud, Ponzi schemes and breach of contract on an individual and class action basis.  He has been counsel in dozens of class actions since 1986 and served as lead counsel in In re Industrial Diamonds Antitrust Litigation, S.D.N.Y. Master File No. MDL-948, Sullivan v. DeBeers, S.A., D.N.J. 04-Civ-2819, In re MetLife Demutualization Litigation, E.D.N.Y. 00-Civ-225 and in In re Towers Financial Corporation Noteholders Litigation, S.D.N.Y. 93 Civ. 0810.  In pending litigation, he represents distress debt investors in Europe and an indenture trustee to collect a $565 million judgment from private equity firms in what one court calls “a global war.” 

Mr. Stamell also organizes and structures financing for high tech business in the US and EU, for example, medical devices in Germany, and solar power water desalination and electric generation in the US and West Africa.

Mr. Stamell received his J.D. cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1971, where he was awarded the Frank Knox Fellowship to attend the London School of Economics.  He received his Master of Science degree in Economics from the London School of Economics in 1972.  Following a year’s service as an attorney in the US Department of Justice Antitrust Division, he was counsel to the Antitrust Subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee on the impeachment of President Richard M. Nixon.  His work included investigations into the conduct of President Richard M. Nixon and the confirmation hearings of Nelson A. Rockefeller to be the US Vice President.