Xochitl Strohbehn represents clients in complex commercial litigation matters, with a particular emphasis on high-stakes bankruptcy, securities class action, shareholder derivative, cryptocurrency, and asset forfeiture matters. Xochitl represents global entities operating in a range of industries, including financial services, cryptocurrency, energy, oil and gas, and technology.
Xochitl has significant experience litigating in federal and state courts and handling arbitrations and mediations in New York and throughout the United States. She has worked on teams that have obtained significant settlements minimizing client liability in numerous matters, including class action securities and derivative litigation and bankruptcy matters.
Prior to attending law school, Xochitl spent significant time in the investment industry, including serving as a registered investment representative. Her experience as an investment advisor uniquely positions her to understand both business and legal issues relevant to broker-dealers, investment and fund managers, and other financial institutions.
Xochitl currently co-chairs the Diversity and Inclusion Subcommittee of the American Bar Association’s Business Torts and Unfair Competition Committee.