Aaron Miner focuses on civil and regulatory litigation concerning securities and financial transactions. Mr. Miner has substantial experience representing global financial services firms, funds, corporations, and individuals in connection with securities, shareholder, and commercial litigation and white collar investigations.


  • Major financial services firms in civil litigation and government investigations concerning the structuring and trading of RMBS, CMBS, ABS, and CDOs and the sale and repurchase of mortgage loans.
  • Major financial services firms in fraudulent transfer litigation in federal bankruptcy court.
  • Investment banks, private equity firms, corporations and directors and officers in M&A, shareholder derivative, and corporate books and records litigation.
  • Broker-dealers, asset management firms and individuals in investigations conducted by the DOJ, SEC, CFTC, SIGTARP, FINRA, and state prosecutors and regulators arising out of alleged insider trading, market manipulation, accounting fraud, valuation issues and false or misleading disclosures.
  • Major financial services firm in connection with global FCPA investigations.
  • Aerospace company and its directors and officers in securities class action, shareholder derivative action and parallel SEC investigation arising out of alleged accounting fraud, securing complete dismissal of litigation claims.
  • Drybulk shipping company and its former directors in breach of fiduciary duty litigation arising from a controlling stockholder merger, defeating a preliminary injunction motion and securing complete dismissal.
  • Board members of a leading media and entertainment company in parallel federal securities class action and state common law fraud and negligent misrepresentation litigation related to a proposed going-private transaction.
  • International educational organization in securities class action arising from federal agency investigations and proceedings concerning advertising and marketing of student post-graduate performance.
  • Canadian electronics manufacturer and its former CEO and CFO in securities class action arising out of alleged accounting fraud.
  • Leading pharmaceutical company in a US$1.28 billion fraud and breach of contract litigation in which the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit affirmed the early dismissal of all claims against the company.
  • Leading technology company in commercial breach of contract dispute.


Arnold & Porter Discusses Regulators' Clamp-Down on ICOs, Virtual Currencies, and Blockchain Firms
The CLS Blue Sky Blog
Washington Clamping Down on ICOs, Virtual Currencies and Blockchain Enterprises
The Risk Retention Rule: LSTA's Victory and What It Means for CLOs and Other Securitizations
Deskbook on Internal Investigations, Corporate Compliance and White Collar Issues (2nd Edition)
PLI Practising Law Institute
Global Anti-Corruption Insights: Summer 2017
Update on Recent Enforcement, Litigation, and Compliance Developments


  • JD, New York Law School, magna cum laude
  • BA, University of Rochester
  • New York
  • US District Court, Southern District of New York
  • US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
  • US Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
  • Board Member, New Leadership Program, Legal Aid Society


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