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Chris advises on anti-money laundering (AML), Know Your Customer (KYC), and other regulatory compliance requirements and documentation in connection with client onboarding processes with various financial institutions.
Chris joins Lowenstein with extensive in-house experience at the New York City Police Department and the MTA New York City Transit Authority. As Deputy Managing Attorney of the NYPD Legal Bureau’s Subpoena Litigation Unit, he supervised uniformed and civilian staff during the intake, processing, and assignment of new cases. He oversaw the drafting and filing of legal papers, and appeared on behalf of the Department in civil, criminal, and administrative courts on subpoena-related matters. As an agency attorney for the MTA, he reviewed the terms and conditions of procurement and capital construction contracts.
While pursuing his J.D., Chris was a member of the Journal of International Business and Law, and interned with the NYPD and the Queens County District Attorney’s Office. After law school, he worked as a volunteer Law Fellow for an Associate Justice of the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division.