John Ivey Eagles
John Ivey joined the litigation department as an associate in 2014. John Ivey’s practice focuses on complex litigation, including contract, data breach, anti-corruption, and fiduciary duty matters. John Ivey also maintains a significant pro bono practice, including as a member of a team that represented a class of inmates in Nunez v. City of New York, which resulted in a landmark consent decree regarding the use of force in New York City jails.
Prior to joining the firm, John Ivey was a fellow in the legal department at the International Paralympic Committee in Bonn, Germany. During law school, John Ivey worked at the Justice Department in the Criminal Division Office of Policy and Legislation and at Philadelphia Legal Assistance in the housing and foreclosures unit.
- Representing several mutual fund investment advisers against claims of excessive fees under Section 36(b) of the Investment Company Act of 1940.
- Representing international financial services firm in FINRA, CFTC, and exchange investigations into securities, futures, and derivatives trading.
- Representing an international life sciences company in connection with World Bank sanctions proceedings.
- Representing a multi-state hospital system in a putative class action related to an alleged data breach.
- Conducted several internal investigations for a medical products company regarding allegations including bribery and kickbacks, revenue manipulation and other financial fraud, witness tampering, and other employee misconduct.
- Co-author, “Recent Developments in CFTC Enforcement,” Bloomberg BNA Securities Regulation & Law Report (November 2016)
- JD, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, Columbia University School of Law, 2013
- BA (German Literature), magna cum laude, Haverford College, 2008