Evan Creutz

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Evan Creutz joined the firm in 2024. He is driven by a continuous quest for knowledge and a passion for lifelong learning. The dynamic and ever-changing nature of law motivates him to stay ahead of legal developments and offer his clients innovative solutions. 

Evan’s expertise covers a broad range of practice areas, including commercial, privacy, employment, regulatory, intellectual property, products liability, and antitrust litigation. He is a seasoned corporate litigator with a track record of obtaining favorable outcomes in high-stakes disputes, and has successfully steered prominent banks and corporations through complex litigations, arbitrations, and government and internal investigations.  

Evan was previously a senior associate at the San Francisco office of an international law firm. While there, he secured favorable pre-trial rulings in California state and federal trial courts and handled complex discovery issues for litigations against federal agencies. He also leveraged expertise in regulatory compliance, e-discovery, and data privacy to advise major banks on policies and procedures governing electronic communications and regulated activities. 

Before that position, Evan was litigation counsel for a nonprofit environmental law firm, at which he assisted with legal strategy and filings in a precedent-setting lawsuit in the U.S. Court of International Trade, establishing new protections for marine wildlife in international trade. Prior to that, he was a senior associate for a leading international law firm where he represented Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, and high-net-worth individuals in federal and state courts across a wide range of civil litigation, including complex commercial disputes, privacy, employment, intellectual property, products liability, and antitrust. He also argued and defended witnesses as trial counsel before an AAA/ICDR arbitration panel, winning a partial final award of more than $10 million.  

During law school, Evan was an articles editor for the Fordham Law Review. He later served as a law clerk for both Senior Judge James G. Carr of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio and Judge Marcia G. Cooke of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.