Vinita Juneja directs matters involving securities, finance, and valuation disputes, and also matters involving regulatory investigations.
She has addressed a wide range of issues that arise in commercial disputes and criminal and regulatory actions. Some examples are: analyses of materiality in insider trading matters and in regulatory enquiries; the effects of alleged insider trading on stock prices and tender offer premiums; ERISA-related claims; manipulation; valuation of restricted stock and costs of illiquidity; damages, liability and settlement value in derivative lawsuits; the impact of stock repurchases; valuation of financial assets; business valuation, including reviews of M&A due diligence and lost profits claims; and suitability and mis-selling claims. She has presented to regulators (including the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission) on a variety of different topics including materiality, Reg FD, clawback of compensation and other matters pertaining to an alleged violation of the securities laws. She has analyzed the reasonableness of settlements in financial disputes, including in the context of insurance coverage disputes.
Dr. Juneja has testified and submitted testimony in US federal district and state court proceedings; Canadian court; Israeli district court; and in arbitrations in the United States, Canada, Singapore, and the United Kingdom. Her arbitration and mediation experience includes appearances before the American Arbitration Association, the NASD, the NYSE, the ICC International Court of Arbitration, the London Court of International Arbitration, and the Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Services.