Derrelle M. Janey, Of Counsel
The Janey Law Firm
Derrelle Janey is the founder and managing partner at The Janey Law Firm LLP. Drawing from a decade of experience where he developed a national complex civil litigation practice at a prominent New York boutique law firm, Mr. Janey represents individuals and businesses in high-stakes litigation matters, including white collar defense.
Mr. Janey’s litigation experience ranges across a broad spectrum including securities litigation, financial services litigation, healthcare litigation and bankruptcy litigation in federal and state courts across the United States. He has considerable experience litigating securities matters, regulatory defense actions (e.g., actions commenced by the SEC), and complex healthcare matters (particularly those involving medical products distributors). In addition to New York State and Federal courts within the Second Circuit, Mr. Janey has appeared on many occasions in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan where he is admitted to practice, as well as federal courts in Florida, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Alabama, and state courts in California and Nevada.
Chelsea Staskiewicz, Attorney
Chelsea Staskiewicz is an associate on the Privacy & Cybersecurity and Securities Enforcement and Litigation teams. She is also a member of the Blockchain and Fintech Team.
Chelsea provides legal and compliance advice on cybersecurity and data privacy matters. Her experience includes all aspects of privacy compliance, cyber incident response, privacy notices, data mapping, information security programs, and vendor management.
As an associate in the Labor and Employment Practice Group, Chelsea assists clients’ employee data management needs, including employee privacy, acceptable use and social media use policies, and data loss prevention.
Chelsea also supports the Securities Enforcement and Litigation team on all things cyber. While in law school she was selected for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Honors Intern Program and clerked for the Cyber Unit in the Division of Enforcement.