Stephen Lagos

Associate, New York

Stephen focuses on complex commercial litigation. He represents plaintiffs and defendants in connection with a range of significant matters, including antitrust and qui tam actions, contract disputes, and corporate governance disputes. Before becoming an attorney, Stephen was an analyst at the Brattle Group, where he developed economic, financial, and mathematical models used to support expert testimony in litigation and regulatory matters.

Stephen’s recent experience includes:

  • Representing junior creditors alleging that a Chapter 11 debtor engaged in a fraudulent transfer in the course of restructuring its senior debt
  • Representing a putative class of consumers and insurers alleging, among other things, that a major drug company violated antitrust laws in the course of settling a patent dispute with a generic drug manufacturer
  • Representing the estate of David Kleiman in an action to recover stolen bitcoins and blockchain-related intellectual property rights from the self-described creator of Bitcoin
  • Cornell Law School, J.D., magna cum laude; Order of the Coif; Articles Editor, Cornell Law Review; Harry G. Henn Prize in Corporations; CALI Awards in Contracts, Business Organizations, and Litigation Drafting; Myron Taylor Scholar

  • Colorado College, B.A., Economics

New York