SYRACUSE N.Y. — Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC announced that John D. Clopper has joined the firm’s Syracuse office as senior counsel in its litigation practice.
He will advise clients on commercial and tort litigation, regulatory issues, and cybersecurity and privacy law. Clopper has worked on a variety of matters involving employment discrimination, environmental contamination, federal taxation, international law, federal administrative law, national security, copyright, privacy law, the First Amendment, and regulation of the higher-education sector.
Prior to joining Bond, Clopper was an assistant U.S. attorney in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, representing the federal government in civil litigation and investigations. In that role, he received the Department of Justice’s highest award for achievement in civil litigation — the John Marshall Award — for recovering $125 million in environmental cleanup costs from a Fortune 500 company in bankruptcy, according to a Bond news release.
Clopper is a graduate of the George Washington University Law School and Connecticut College.
Syracuse–based Bond, Schoeneck & King has 250 lawyers serving individuals, companies, and public-sector entities in a range of practice areas. The firm has eight offices in New York state and additional offices in Naples, Florida and the Kansas City area.
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