Michael Clyde, a partner in the firm's litigation practice, has more than 30
years of experience in securities, corporate governance, professional liability,
antitrust and other complex litigation. He has represented securities issuers,
directors, officers and professionals in a wide variety of litigation involving
securities, corporate governance and financial disclosure and accounting issues.
In December 2009, Michael was lead trial counsel for craigslist, Inc.
in eBay v. Craig Newmark, where the Delaware Chancery Court affirmed
craigslist's approval of indemnification agreements for officers and directors
and implementation of a staggered board. He also has represented witnesses and
targets for insider trading and securities fraud investigations in front of the
United States Securities and Exchange Commission and other federal and state