Marc P. Berger

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Marc P. Berger
Occupation Chief
Employer U.S. Attorney's Office, Securities Fraud Unit
Location New York
Website www.justice.gov/usao

Marc P. Berger is the chief of the securities fraud unit of the U.S. Attorney's office. He is based in New York and was appointed in February 2012. He is responsible for a team that investigates high-profile insider trading cases.

Background

Berger has been with the U.S. Attorney's office since 2002, and was formerly deputy to Christopher L. Garcia. He started as a member of the securities unit and moved to deputy in March 2010.

Berger replaced Garcia, who left to be a litigation partner with Weit, Gotshal & Manges.[1]

Education

  • Cornell University
  • University of Virginia School of Law[2]

References

  1. Manhattan U.S. Attorney fills three top prosecutor posts. Reuters.
  2. U.S. Attorney's Office Names New Chief of Securities Fraud Unit. New York Times.