Dustin Nofziger is a member of Pryor Cashman’s Financial Institutions Group, where he counsels financial institutions, executives and investors on a wide range of regulatory, enforcement and complex commercial matters.
A tireless advocate, Dustin handles intra-agency appeals of reports of examination, and fiercely defends his clients in banking enforcement actions and government investigations involving state and federal regulatory agencies.
Dustin has substantial trial and appellate experience. Immediately after law school, he served as a fellow in the Appellate Division of the Hampden County District Attorney’s Office in Springfield, Massachusetts, where he successfully defended criminal convictions before the Massachusetts Appeals Court. In addition, at his previous firm, he was a key member of a trial team that successfully litigated a six-month trial in Connecticut state court involving testimony from over 50 witnesses.
Dustin is a 2010 graduate of the New York University School of Law, where he was a McKay Scholar, a Leadership in Law & Business Scholar and a member of the Competitions Division of the Moot Court Board.
He currently serves as Chair of the Committee on Banking for the New York County Lawyers’ Association.
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