Anthony Candido has litigated numerous complex commercial disputes in state and federal courts and in a variety of arbitral forums.
Anthony has experience in securities, white collar criminal, antitrust, and general commercial litigation in the context of a wide array of industries.
Second Circuit Leaves Door Open for Client Documents to be Subpoenaed from Law Firms
31 July 2018
Purchase Price Adjustment Dispute: Accountant, Arbitrator, or Expert?
12 July 2018
Trading Freedom in the Age of Heightened Market Protection: The U.S. CFTC's Expanding Interpretation of Price Manipulation
22 February 2016
Delaware Supreme Court Rules Independent Directors May Rely on Section 102(b)(7) to Dismiss Claims Against Them in Controlling Stockholder Squeeze-out Mergers
15 May 2015
US Regulatory Update: SEC Issues First Annual Whistleblower Report
17 November 2011
Career and qualifications
- Yale University (BA, magna cum laude, Philosophy), 1991
- Clerk to the Hon. Ellsworth A. VanGraafeiland, United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, 1995-96
- Harvard Law School (JD, magna cum laude) 1995
- Admitted as an Attorney-at-Law in New York 1998
- Partner since 2007