Lauren Teigland-Hunt is managing director of Teigland-Hunt LLP, a law firm based in New York with a focus on derivatives.
She also serves as an adjunct professor at the New York Law School.
Her practice focuses on derivatives, securities and commodity transactions and corresponding U.S. commodities law and regulation. Teigland-Hunt represents financial institutions, hedge funds, exchanges and trade associations, with a focus on equity, credit, fixed income and commodity derivatives as well as transactions in physical energy.
Prior to founding Teigland-Hunt LLP in 2002, she was an attorney at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP in the firm’s commodities, futures and derivatives group from 1996-2002. She also worked as a futures trader and banker in New York and Paris from 1986 to 1993.
John Lothian News Interview
John Lothian News Editor-in-Chief Jim Kharouf spoke with Teigland-Hunt about documentation standards for cleared swap transactions (Section 731 of the Dodd-Frank Act), the FCM “agency model” imposed by sections 723 and 724 of the Dodd-Frank Act, and the first iteration of a standard execution agreement for cleared swaps, released by FIA and ISDA in June 2011. Published October 24, 2011.
She earned her undergraduate degree from Georgetown University, A.B. 1986 and her law degree from Stanford Law School in 1996.