Robin Nunn

Linklaters LLP

Robin has over 15 years experience handling complex litigation matters, and focuses on securities, commercial disputes, consumer protection and fraud. She has significant experience in commercial, government-facing, and appellate litigation, as well as strategic counseling in high-stakes cases, anti-discrimination matters, and investigations. As a seasoned trial attorney, she has litigated over 300 cases before numerous state and federal district and appellate courts.

Robin has represented clients from a breadth of industries including technology, media, manufacturing, health care and financial services, and has advised clients on topics ranging from privacy and data protection to anti-money laundering bribery and economic sanctions. She maintains an active enforcement practice and defends banks, card issuers, mortgage servicers, auto finance companies, student loan servicers, and other financial services providers before the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal Reserve Board of Governors, Department of Justice, and other federal and state enforcement bodies. Robin frequently provides commentary and analysis on legal issues to numerous news programs including CNBC, FOX, the National Law Journal, The Recorder, and Law360, as well as various trade publications.

Before joining Linklaters, Robin served as the co-chair of a national law firm's financial services industry initiative as well as a litigation supervision, enforcement, and litigation practice group head of another national firm. She brings crucial in-house insight from her time as an executive and in house counsel at two national bank holding companies with robust offerings in financial services, digital transformation, consumer products, and financial technology.

New York

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Linklaters LLP

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