Trevor (Ted) Swett is a Member in Caplin & Drysdale's Washington, D.C., office. He was elected to membership in 1989, having joined the firm as an associate in 1985. Mr. Swett has been recognized as a "Leading Lawyer" by Chambers USA, The Legal 500, and Benchmark Litigation for his work in Bankruptcy/Restructuring.
Recent Speaking Engagements
Mr. Swett has made speeches and presentations on a variety of litigation issues, including challenges to LBOs as fraudulent conveyances, hedge fund redemptions, piercing the corporate veil, limited shareholder liability, corporate governance and conflict of interest, liability in tort for aiding and abetting, and legal and ethical constraints on cross-examination.
Mr. Swett's speaking engagements also include:
- Speaker, Duties of the Hedge Fund General Counsel in the World of Financial Reform, 4th Annual Hedge Fund General Counsel Summit, October 4, 2010
- Riding Out the Storm: Hedge Funds and the Financial Crisis, February 12, 2009
- Legal Test of Solvency in Fraudulent Convenyance Litigation - Do Future Claims Count?, November 1, 2006