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David Luger

About David Luger

David Luger's nuanced understanding of complex financial products gives him an edge when his financial industry clients are scrutinized in investigations or litigation. Whether he is facing a regulator, an arbitration panel, a judge or a jury, David has the understanding to explain and defend his clients' business practices. Clients ranging from Wall Street banks to individual traders turn to him for his knowledge of securities and futures trading.

A versatile defender

When disputes arise, David is comfortable in any forum, including district and appellate courts, arbitrations and financial industry panels. He has represented clients before numerous regulatory bodies — including the Securities and Exchange Commission, Commodity Futures Trading Commission and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority — as well as arbitration forums and courts around the country. In one matter, he successfully defended a client against a securities class action while winning a series of arbitration victories arising from the same activity.

David can quickly master the intricacies of esoteric new financial products. When a large bank came under scrutiny for novel trading practices, David explained the business case behind it in a way that regulators could understand, and convinced them to decline serious enforcement action. In another matter, he successfully defended an online broker in litigation and arbitration by putting the disputes in the context of complex market forces.

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Practice Focus

  • Financial industry regulatory investigations and enforcement actions
  • Financial industry arbitrations
  • Financial industry litigation
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    Charles DeVore and David Luger Named to Crain's Chicago Business 2021 Notable Rising Stars in Law

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    Katten Attorneys Honored for Their Sustained Commitment to Pro Bono Service Including COVID-Related Work

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2 MEN PLEAD GUILTY IN PYRAMID SCHEMES

Two players in lucrative Boca Raton-based pyramid schemes pleaded guilty Friday to a host of counts, with one doing so only after a previously negotiated prison sentence and the other hoping for a judge's mercy.

David Luger, 46, was a key player in foreign currency exchange schemes that did business as Worldwide Forex and USFX and bilked investors out of at least $3.5 million, according to Assistant Statewide Prosecutor Margery Lexa.

At his March 9 sentencing, Circuit Judge Krista Marx has the discretion to send Luger away for 12 to 410 years for his crimes, which include 48 counts of telemarketing fraud by an unlicensed salesperson as well other counts of racketeering, conspiracy, grand theft, organized scheme to defraud and money laundering. He is on house arrest pending sentencing.

Richard Maseri, 48, of Boca Raton, engaged in a separate pyramid scheme with Luger and others while Luger was on house arrest, Lexa said. Acting as his own attorney, Maseri negotiated a five-year prison term, as long as he shows up for formal sentencing on March 6 with a check for $87,800 that will be split among three victims. He pleaded guilty to organized scheme to defraud and fraudulent transactions.

Several other co-defendants previously have pleaded guilty in connection with the schemes. One of the men, Sean Burns, who was the alleged leader, fled to Great Britain. He operated the Ponzi schemes in a "cocaine- and alcohol-induced haze," according to the prosecutor.

Luger, of Boca Raton, ran the operation following Burns' departure.

The defendants, whom Lexa characterized as running a "very sophisticated, very sexy operation," snookered investors from all walks of life and various states.

The recruitment tactics included buying infomercial time on the local AM radio show of Joyce Kaufman, during which Burns touted his market expertise. Another tactic: using a shill to convince people they could make big bucks by investing. The scheme fell apart when too many of the investors wanted out and demanded their money.

Missy Stoddard can be reached at [email protected] or 561-228-5505.

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Charles DeVore and David Luger Named to Crain's Chicago Business 2021 Notable Rising Stars in Law

Crain's Chicago Business named Litigation partners Charles DeVore and David Luger to the "2021 Notable Rising Stars in Law" list for their contributions to legal profession. The list features 74 attorneys who are "making an impact in all corners of their profession" through their practices and strong commitment to pro bono work.

Noted for his work in commercial litigation, enforcement actions and government investigations, the profile on Charlie highlights his COVID-19-related pro bono work with the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Illinois Prison Project to help secure the early release of elderly and medically vulnerable federal and state inmates considered as not posing a risk to their communities. He also worked with a team of Katten attorneys to support a nonprofit in their efforts to secure a refund from a hotel after the nonprofit canceled its annual conference.

David's profile notes his particular financial markets litigation experience defending clients before regulatory bodies such as the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Crain's recognized him for his work with prisoners at FCI Oakdale in Louisiana, a prison hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, and for his advocacy on behalf of two clients for post-conviction relief from significant sentences. David was awarded the Katten Pro Bono Service Award in 2020 and directed his honorarium to the Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law. ("2021 Notable Rising Stars in Law," September 3, 2021)

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