Warren S Sutnick

Mr. Sutnick has been practicing law since 1991. He is admitted to the Federal and State bar in New Jersey and New York. He lectures globally on topics involving money laundering and financial crime. Before entering private practice, Mr. Sutnick was counsel at Morgan Stanley in New York City and Vice president at PaineWebber in Weehawken, New Jersey. Mr. Sutnick was a senior trial attorney in the homicide bureau of the Kings County District Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn, New York, where he worked from 1991 to 1997.

Languages spoken: English, Spanish


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Contact info
Sutnick & Sutnick, LLC

21 Main Street,
Suite 171
Hackensack, NJ, 07601-8100

Office (201) 308-5482
Fax (201) 342-7557

NY Currently registered 1992 03/07/2016
NJ Active 1991 06/25/2016

Top Attorney in Bergen County 201 Magazine 2016
Criminal Attorney SuperLawyers 2016
Clients’ choice award AVVO 2015
Top 100 Trial Attorneys The National Trial Lawyers 2015
Top Lawyers 201 Magazine 2015
10 Best Attorney for the State of New Jersey American Institute of DUI/DWI Attorneys 2015
Certified Municipal Court Attorney New Jersey Supreme Court 2014
10 Best Attorneys for the State of New Jersey American Institute of DUI/DWI Attorneys 2014
Clients’ Choice Award AVVO 2014
Top 100 Trial Lawyers The National Trial Lawyers 2014
Clients’ Choice Award AVVO 2013

Work experience
Partner Sutnick & Sutnick, LLC 2002 – Present
Vice President Morgan Stanley 2000 – 2002
Vice President Paine Webber 1997 – 2000
Associate Callan Regenstreich Koster & Brady 1996 – 1997
Senior Trial Attorney Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office 1991 – 1996

Brooklyn Law School Law JD – Juris Doctor 1991
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey N/A BA – Bachelor of Arts 1987

Speaking engagements
Panel Discussion of Screening of film “Crime After Crime” Criminal Law 2012
Financial Fraud Seminar Financial Fraud 2006
Risk Management in the Banking Community Financial Fraud 2005
FIRMA 18th Annual National Training Conference Identity Theft 2004
Current Risk Issues USA Patriot Act 2003
Reducing International Fraud Fraud 2002
Prevention of Financial Crime, Singapore Money Laundering 2002
Financial Risk Management Federal Financial Crimes 2002

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