Paul Singer of the Office of the Texas Attorney General Joins Kelley Drye, Bolstering State AG Practice

Mr. Singer has more than 20 years’ experience at the Texas Attorney General’s office having spent the majority of his time in the Consumer Protection Division, including as Division Chief. Most recently, he served as part of the agency’s Executive Leadership team as the Associate Deputy Attorney General for Civil Litigation, where he oversaw all plaintiff-oriented civil litigation for the Attorney General, including Consumer Protection, Environmental Protection, Antitrust, Civil Medicaid Fraud, and Bankruptcy and Collections. A significant portion of Mr. Singer’s practice has been leading major multistate investigations, many involving Fortune 500 companies, where he repeatedly led 50 states plus the District of Columbia to settlement, many in the multi-million dollar range.

“Paul is well known and highly respected among the State Attorneys General community and is frequently looked to for guidance on appropriate ways to handle a consumer protection investigation – from advertising issues, to privacy and data breach matters,” said Dana Rosenfeld, managing partner, Kelley Drye. “His addition strengthens our State Attorneys General practice, and his unique experience, expertise, and relationships with numerous Attorneys General, Chief Deputies, and consumer protection staff from both political parties will benefit our clients as state-level regulatory enforcement actions increase.”

Source: Paul Singer of the Office of the Texas Attorney General Joins Kelley Drye, Bolstering State AG Practice / Law.com

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