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Aaron Kleinmann, Senior Manager, Senior Counsel, Capital One Legal Department
Aaron joined Capital One in September 2015 as a member of the Special Assets legal team, handling bankruptcy and related collection litigation matters. Aaron is currently a member of the Commercial Litigation Group, responsible for handling a range of offensive and defensive litigation matters. Much of his time is focused on assessing pre-litigation risks for a variety of lines of business within Capital One’s Commercial Bank, as well as management of subpoenas & a variety of AML & regulatory issues. Aaron is also the proud head of Capital One’s New York-based pro bono program and sits on the board of the City Bar Justice Center, a 501c3 affiliate of the New York City Bar Association.
Prior to joining Capital One, Aaron was a litigation associate at Herrick Feinstein, focusing on general commercial litigation, regulatory proceedings & employment-related disputes. Aaron attended Cardozo Law School and returned as a member of the adjunct faculty to teach “Lawyering & Legal Writing” in 2016. His interests include travel, hiking and live music.
Laura Wnek, Vice President, Head of Department for the Fiduciary Client Group at Sotheby’s
Laura Wnek joined Sotheby’s in 2019 as Vice President, Head of Department for the Fiduciary Client Group. She is responsible for the long-term strategic approach to the fiduciary community and works closely with attorneys, bankers and other fiduciaries on valuations for collection management, insurance, sale, charitable giving, and estate planning purposes.
Prior to joining Sotheby’s, Laura was Deputy General Counsel at the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, where she worked on a broad range of strategic, programmatic, legislative and policy initiatives to fund and support nonprofits arts organizations and cultural institutions. Prior to working for the City of New York, Laura was an Associate in the Litigation Department and Art Law Group at Herrick Feinstein LLP, where she worked on complex commercial litigation and art law matters for collectors, galleries, museums and auction houses.
Laura received her JD from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and graduated from New York University with a Bachelor’s degree in Art History.