Kevin O’Hagan, co-managing partner of O’Hagan Meyer announced this week that Irving Einhorn resigned from Freeman Mathis & Gary to re-unite with his former law partner, Sam Edgerton at O’Hagan Meyer where they will both service firm clients out of the Los Angeles and Newport Beach offices. An experienced trial attorney for over 40 years, Mr. Einhorn formerly served as the Assistant Chief Trial Attorney for the Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington D.C., before re-locating to Los Angeles to serve as the Regional Administrator of the Los Angeles Regional office of the SEC. After entering private practice, he became managing partner of the law firm Einhorn & Edgerton and General Counsel of a securities brokerage firm. Beginning, in 2014, he took on the role as Of Counsel and focused his practice on white collar defense matters, securities litigation and regulatory affairs. “It is great to be back with Irv”, said Sam Edgerton, co-chair of O’Hagan Meyer’s securities and brokerage defense practice. “Given his tremendous experience, he has depth that few others have in representing officers, directors and other corporate control persons being prosecuted or under investigation by either the SEC, the U.S. Attorney’s Office, FINRA or state regulators.” “We consider Irv’s addition as a real coup for the firm’s growing defense practice regarding the defense of financial institutions, corporate governance and securities regulation.”