Harrison Golden focuses his litigation practice on representing clients in complex commercial disputes and regulatory matters. He regularly serves clients in the financial, consumer products, energy, and service industries on matters involving billions of dollars in liability. Harrison has litigated significant matters in the areas of antitrust, financial derivatives, trade secrets, conversion, and regulatory compliance.
He has also represented municipalities and financial institutions in some of the most prominent bankruptcies of the last two decades. In that role, he has been called upon to value contracts held by the debtor and to resolve creditor claims through arbitration and trial.
Outside the courtroom, Harrison provides counseling to clients on the application of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the interpretation of structured finance agreements, and compliance with federal securities laws. He also maintains a robust pro-bono practice that includes the representation of Central American asylum seekers and victims of domestic abuse.