Lloyd is a dedicated and meticulous attorney who is known for his versatile approach to tackling issues and solving problems. Lloyd’s thoughtful and considered style has garnered him a reputation as a unique problem-solver for both clients and colleagues alike.

Lloyd has extensive experience in representing clients in complex commercial litigation, including securities litigation and class actions. Lloyd also has experience representing public and private companies in the area of corporate law, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, securities law, corporate finance and corporate governance.

Lloyd attended the Fordham University School of Law, where he was a member of the Fordham Law Review. He began his legal career as a litigation association at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP in New York. More recently, Lloyd worked as a corporate associate at Smith, Gambrell & Russell LLP in Atlanta.

Lloyd’s pro bono practice has included working with a community women’s group and a local area diaper bank, as well as representing federal inmates serving lengthy or life sentences for drug-related convictions in their applications for clemency.


Some of Lloyd’s representative matters include the following:

  • Investors in a class action against a major crypto-asset exchange and its owners and operators concerning novel issues of securities laws.
  • Investors in claims against major crypto-asset exchange and mobile phone service providers arising out of unauthorized access to user accounts.
  • Investors in prosecuting breach of fiduciary duty claims against investment adviser and broker-dealer regarding millions of dollars in investment losses.
  • Underwriters in securities class action lawsuits involving more than $50 billion in mortgage pass-through certificates.
  • Private equity investor and her investment firm in numerous matters related to her portfolio companies and multi-billion dollar distressed debt CLO funds.
  • Global financial institution in connection with investigations by U.S. and international competition authorities into the setting of LIBOR and other reference rates and investigations by U.S. authorities related to the foreign currency exchange (FX) spot market.
  • Community coalition in a lawsuit involving the federal protected parkland status of the Tobacco Warehouse, a Civil War-era building in Brooklyn Bridge Park that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Large publicly-traded mortgage lending company in its $600 million offering of Senior Notes.
  • Leading industry-specific enterprise software corporation in its acquisition of business intelligence software company.
  • Leading industry-specific enterprise software corporation in its acquisition of manufacturing software company.


  • J.D. cum laude, Fordham University School of Law 2010
  • B.A. in Economics, Emory University 2002

Admitted to Practice

  • New York
  • Georgia