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Stefanie Isser Goldblatt

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Senior Litigation Counsel, Office of Enforcement
New York, NY, USA


Stefanie Isser Goldblatt is currently a Senior Litigation Counsel in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) Office of Enforcement, Northeast Regional Office.

Prior to the CFPB, Stefanie was Special Counsel to the law firm of DeVore & DeMarco, a boutique firm where she represented individuals in criminal and regulatory investigations, conducted internal corporate investigations and advised and counseled clients on compliance with federal criminal and regulatory laws.  Prior to joining DeVore & DeMarco, Stefanie was an Assistant United States Attorney in the criminal divisions of both the Southern District of New York and the Central District of California.  While in the Southern District of New York, she investigated and tried a wide range of cases, including immigration fraud, bank fraud, credit card fraud, securities fraud and narcotics trafficking.  She was also a member of the Operation Uptick prosecution team, which involved the simultaneous arrests, indictments and prosecution of approximately 120 individuals in over 20 different cases involving securities fraud, racketeering, mail fraud and wire fraud.  In the Central District of California in Los Angeles, Stefanie was a member of the Public Corruption and Government Fraud section where she tried a wide range of criminal cases, including those involving corporate fraud, wire and mail fraud, healthcare fraud, immigration fraud, mortgage fraud, tax fraud, bank fraud, violations of the Food and Drug Act, and laws relating to export and economic sanctions enforcement such as IEEPA, ITAR and EAA.  Prior to joining the United States Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of New York, Stefanie was a litigator for five years in Latham and Watkins’ New York office.

She received a JD from The Georgetown University Law Center and an AB from The University of Michigan.
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