Ashish D. Gandhi

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Ashish D. Gandhi
Ashish Gandhi is counsel in Weil’s Litigation Department and a member of the Firm’s Securities Litigation practice. Mr. Gandhi’s practice focuses on securities class action and shareholder derivative litigation in federal and state courts across the US, bankruptcy litigation and restructuring matters, as well as counseling boards of directors and special committees on a range of governance, regulatory and investigations issues.

Mr. Gandhi is part of the Weil team that represents Archstone-Smith Trust and Tishman Speyer Development Corporation in connection with nationwide litigation and arbitration arising from one of the largest REIT deals in history, the 2007 $22 billion acquisition of Archstone-Smith Trust by affiliates of Lehman Brothers and Tishman Speyer Development Corporation. Additionally, he works on the Weil team representing General Electric Company and several of its senior officers in connection with a securities class action. He also has substantial experience representing debtors in complex bankruptcy proceedings, including significant involvement in the firm’s representation of General Motors and Lehman Brothers in their respective Chapter 11 proceedings and related litigation and arbitrations, as well as representation of General Electric and other clients in connection with SEC investigations.

Mr. Gandhi received his J.D. from Emory University School of Law and received his B.A. from Vanderbilt University. 

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