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Maya’s practice focuses on a wide variety of securities litigation matters and complex commercial disputes. She represents both plaintiffs and defendants in cases arising under the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, opt-out cases, fiduciary duty and derivative litigation, state blue sky litigation, shareholder activism, debtholders litigation, structured finance litigation with a focus on mortgage-backed securities, litigation arising from mergers and acquisitions, and other complex litigation. She is an experienced senior litigator who applies her keen problem-solving abilities and acute attention to detail, as well as the insights into the inner workings of the federal courts gained from two clerkships in the Northern District of Illinois and District of Alaska, to high-stakes litigation in federal and state courts nationwide.
Maya successfully argued before the Eastern District of New York and obtained dismissal of a consumer fraud lawsuit brought against a residential mortgage servicer. She has also recently appeared and argued matters before federal and state courts in New York, Delaware, Florida and Minnesota. She currently represents a prominent hedge fund in a highly contested CMBS matter for which she was instrumental in prevailing on appeal in a related matter before the Second Circuit. She also successfully won an appeal in Colorado, which created new law pertaining to third-party witness testimony. Additionally, as counsel for a financial services institution Maya created new law in Delaware Chancery Court pertaining to key witness trial testimony.
Maya is fluent in Hebrew.