Alexander Keith Ehmke

New York
  • 885 Third Avenue
  • New York, NY 10022-4834
  • USA
Profile Experience

Alex Ehmke is an associate in the New York office and is a member of the Litigation & Trial Department.

Mr. Ehmke is a member of the White Collar Defense & Investigations, Securities Litigation & Professional Liability, and Complex Commercial Practices.

Mr. Ehmke was James Kent Scholar and Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar at Columbia Law School and was an articles editor for the Columbia Business Law Review.

Mr. Ehmke’s experience includes:

  • Representing a former corporate officer of a regional financial institution in a federal criminal jury trial in the District of Delaware for charges relating to securities fraud and false statements to regulators*
  • Representing a former manager of an international investment bank in a federal criminal jury trial in the Southern District of New York for charges relating to alleged manipulation of an international interest rate*
  • Advising a pharmaceutical company in an investigation by the SDNY USAO relating to patient support programs and specialty pharmacies*
  • Representing victims of a Ponzi scheme in civil litigation in the Second Circuit against the trustee for the estate of the scheme operator*

*Matters handled prior to joining Latham

Thought Leadership
  • Co-author, 2nd Circ. Adds To Authority on Securities Law Preclusion, Law360 August 2018
  • Co-author, 2 Recent Decisions Provide Stock Promotion Guidelines, Law360 January 2017
  • Co-author, The Yates Memo: 6 Months Later, Law360 March 2016
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