Sabrina Baig’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation. She also has experience representing interest holders in bankruptcy and restructuring proceedings.
Sabrina also works with the firm’s mentoring program, in partnership with the Justice Resource Center, with the Law Institute at John Dewey High School in Brooklyn, New York. This program provides students with resources to encourage academic achievement and exposes them to job options in the legal field.
Sabrina clerked for The Honorable Brian R. Martinotti, U.S. District Judge for the District of New Jersey.
- MBIA in a decade-long put-back action against Credit Suisse in which MBIA sought to recover for breaches of representations and warranties related to RMBS insured by MBIA. After a two-week bench trial in New York State Supreme Court, the court found that MBIA had convincingly proved that Credit Suisse breached its representations and warranties, and that Credit Suisse was liable for over $600 million in damages.
- Mining and metal recovery holding company, the Renco Group, and certain shareholders, in defending thousands of individual suits brought by Peruvian plaintiffs asserting mass tort and vicarious liability claims, including developing and asserting defenses based on the doctrine of international comity and Peru’s assertions of sovereignty.
- Pilgrim’s Pride in defense of a putative antitrust class action in the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Oklahoma, in which plaintiffs allege that a group of chicken companies engaged in anticompetitive conduct that enabled them to pay growers of broiler chickens less than the competitive level.
- Workspace, a mixed-use cooperative corporation that owns two buildings in New York City’s SoHo, in securing dismissal of breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty claims brought by a minority shareholder, 106 Spring Street Owner, a portfolio company managed by 60 Guilders and funded by both Carlyle Realty Partners and 60 Guilders.
- Fancy Farms in securing a reversal from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit of a federal district court’s dismissal of contract claims by 11 federal guest workers for repayment of recruitment fees illegally charged to the workers in their home country, Honduras, by the farm’s recruiter.