Mr. Singer's practice focuses on complex business litigation in trial and appellate courts throughout the United States and before arbitration panels. For the last three years, he has been listed in LawDragon’s 500 Leading Lawyers in America, as well as in Best Lawyers in America and Chambers U.S.A. Guide to Leading Lawyers for Business. In 2009, Mr. Singer received a first-tier ranking in Antitrust by Chambers and was named 2010 “Antitrust Lawyer of the Year” for the Miami area by Best Lawyers. He has been certified by The Florida Bar as a specialist in business litigation since 1996.
Significant recent representations include:
Mr. Singer's current cases includes serving as lead counsel for investors in Madoff feeder funds, intellectual property litigation concerning the UNIX operating system, prosecution of a class action against pyramid schemes, and coordination of multiple product liability cases. At the appellate level, Mr. Singer has argued cases this year in the Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Circuits. Mr. Singer is also lead counsel in the firm's pro bono representation of a class of 1.5 million children seeking to enforce federal Medicaid rights in federal court in Florida.
Mr. Singer is a member of the American Law Institute, former chair of the Florida Bar's Committee on Civil Rules, and has spoken widely to professional groups on litigation and antitrust topics. He has previously taught on the adjunct faculty at the University of Miami law school. Mr. Singer has served on the board of directors of the New World Symphony, is a Life Trustee of the Vizcayan Foundation, and is a member of the governing board of the National Association for Urban Debate Leagues and of the Dean's Council of the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University.