Examples of Mr. Wyner’s work include representations on behalf of:
- A manufacturing company and its affiliates with respect to numerous issues in mass tort litigation, including trial and appellate court proceedings, jurisdictional issues, derivative liability claims, and corporate transactions
- Industrial corporations in connection with the bankruptcy filings of subsidiaries or other affiliates facing mass tort claims
- A group of mass tort defendants in numerous federal, state, and bankruptcy court proceedings arising from the impact on pending multi-party settlement agreements of co-defendant bankruptcies
- Financial services companies in federal and state trial and appellate court proceedings asserting statutory and common law claims arising from mortgage loans and mortgage-backed securities
- A major insurance company and its affiliates in lawsuits and arbitration proceedings arising from the sale and purchase of various lines of business
- A leading insurance company in putative class action lawsuits brought on behalf of present or former policyholders and beneficiaries
Mr. Wyner was a partner at Shea & Gardner prior to its combination with Goodwin in 2004. At Shea & Gardner, Mr. Wyner focused on complex Business Litigation in federal and state courts across the country. From 1991 through 1992, Mr. Wyner served as a Deputy General Counsel of the U.S. Department of Education.