Platinum Prosecutor To Head NYU Corporate Crime Program

Law360 (September 4, 2019, 5:34 PM EDT) -- A deputy chief in the Brooklyn U.S. attorney's office known for her work on the sprawling criminal case against former executives at hedge fund Platinum Partners is leaving the government to lead a program on corporate crime at New York University School of Law, the school announced on Wednesday.

Alicyn Cooley has been a federal prosecutor for seven years, eventually ascending to become deputy head of the unit tasked with prosecuting business and securities fraud in 2017. Cooley was part of the team that brought and tried the case against Platinum founder Mark Nordlicht and others accused of fraud on the...

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