Practice Leader Financial Markets
Jay Tambe, who serves as leader of Jones Day’s Financial Markets Practice, advises financial institutions on litigations concerning securities, derivatives, credit default swaps, collateralized debt obligations (CDOs), and other financial products. Many of his cases involve cross-border disputes, and he is well-versed in navigating international discovery and judgment enforcement.
Jay has litigated significant claims involving CLOs (collateralized loan obligations), CDOs, CLNs (credit linked notes), and other structured finance investments in the New York state and federal courts, including many precedent-setting CDO litigations. He also led the team that prevailed in the very first appeal before ISDA’s external review panel. For nearly 10 years Jay represented Lehman Bros. Holdings, Inc. and its affiliated debtors in more than 50 separate derivatives disputes, including several evidentiary hearings and trials. Currently Jay is defending Wells Fargo in numerous actions brought by institutional investors concerning more than 280 separate RMBS trusts.
Jay routinely provides prelitigation advice on documentation and risk mitigation and is a frequent speaker on complex financial products.