Michael Paul Bowen

Michael Paul Bowen's practice focuses on complex civil litigation, white collar criminal defense, corporate investigation and regulatory matters.  He has litigated matters involving the international financial markets and market data distribution, securities fraud and regulation and shareholder derivative claims, government corruption charges, criminal conspiracy and racketeering and grand larceny, commercial contracts, fraud and commercial torts, unfair competition law, antitrust, environmental insurance law, defamation and libel and civil RICO and conspiracy claims.  He has extensive trial experience, including trying to verdict complex multi-defendant conspiracy cases.

Mike has frequently lectured on trial advocacy at various national trial advocacy conferences.

Prior to joining Kasowitz, Mike served as an Assistant District Attorney in the New York County District Attorney's Office, where he tried 20 jury trials.  He prosecuted both white collar crime and violent crime, including securities fraud, grand larceny, government corruption, narcotics and firearm crimes, and criminal conspiracies.  Working with a state/federal joint task force, he prosecuted some of the first New York cases involving national and international Internet drug-trafficking and conspiracy and tried large multi-defendant conspiracy cases to verdict.

Mike also clerked for the Honorable Charles Sifton, U.S. District Judge for the Eastern District of New York.