ProfessionalsJohan E. Tatoy
An associate in the Litigation Department, Johan Tatoy has litigated a wide variety of complex civil and criminal matters in both federal and state courts, including matters involving allegations of securities fraud, environmental damage, and price fixing. Johan has experience in all stages of litigation, including trial, and he has represented clients in internal investigations involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Johan also maintains an active pro bono practice, representing clients in asylum applications, housing actions and challenges to criminal convictions. Through his pro bono practice, Johan has assisted in drafting amicus briefs and petitions for certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court and state supreme courts, including an amicus brief in support of affirmative action in United States v. Fisher. Johan also serves on the Minorities in the Profession Committee of the New York City Bar Association. While at Columbia, he served as a managing director for the Columbia Human Rights Law Review.