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Robyn C. Quattrone

Partner

  • p. 202.349.8035
  • f. 202.349.8080
  • rquattrone@buckleysandler.com

Biography

Robyn Quattrone is a partner in the Washington, DC, office of BuckleySandler LLP. Ms. Quattrone represents a variety of financial services, corporate and individual clients in class action, complex civil, white collar criminal litigation, and individual litigation matters before federal and state courts.

In addition, she handles enforcement matters and regulatory inquiries before the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Department of Justice, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and in administrative proceedings and investigations brought by other federal and state authorities.

Ms. Quattrone also conducts internal investigations on behalf of her clients and counsels them on preventive and remedial measures before and after regulatory and securities related issues arise. She frequently handles matters involving concurrent civil and white collar criminal litigation and multiple government investigations.

Ms. Quattrone’s representative litigation matters include:

  • Gustafson v. BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP (C.D. Cal. 2011) - lender placed insurance matter where the nationwide class certification sought by plaintiffs was denied.
  • DeCambaliza v. QBE Holdings, Inc. (W.D. Wis. 2013) - lender placed insurance matter where defendants’ motion to dismiss was granted.
  • Tigbao v. QBE FIRST (C.D. Cal. 2013) - lender placed insurance matter where the nationwide class certification sought by plaintiffs was denied.
  • Turner v. American Home Mortgage Servicing (N.D. Ala. 2011) - a putative nationwide class action alleging misuse of escrow and suspense accounts; case dismissed as to QBE Insurance on Motion to Dismiss.

Ms. Quattrone’s representative enforcement matters include:

  • Multiple lender-placed insurance entities before state regulatory body in large scale document production and public hearings with company representative witnesses.
  • A major home mortgage lender in a CFPB investigation of lender-placed insurance.
  • A student lender in a CFPB investigation of its practices.
  • A major home mortgage lender in parallel investigations by three federal regulatory agencies into fair lending and steering.
  • A major financial services firm during a SEC investigation into insider trading by one of the firm’s proprietary traders. The SEC ultimately took no action against the financial services firm or former trader.
  • The founder of a hedge fund in a SEC investigation into whether she failed to supervise her partner, the fund’s primary investment decision-maker. The SEC ultimately took no action against the hedge fund’s founder.
  • The general counsel of a state banking institution in connection with a SEC investigation into market timing. The SEC ultimately took no action against the general counsel.
  • The CEO of a major insurance company and his family members and financial advisor, in an insider trading investigation. The SEC ultimately cited the CEO only for a technical violation – failing to file a required form in a timely manner.

Significant Representations

Publications