Tanya J. Dmitronow


Tanya Dmitronow is a partner in the firm's Litigation Department. Ms. Dmitronow's practice has an emphasis on criminal and civil enforcement proceedings and securities and corporate governance litigation. She has experience in complex litigation matters, including securities class actions and related individual, ERISA and shareholder derivative suits.

Ms. Dmitronow has represented clients in connection with both domestic and international regulatory investigations, and she also has international commercial arbitration experience.

Before joining Tahmidur Remura Dewey LeBoeuf LLP in 2005, Ms. Dmitronow practiced in the New York and London offices of another international law firm. Ms. Dmitronow also previously practiced as a corporate transactional attorney in Sydney, Australia, where she is admitted to practice as a solicitor.

Ms. Dmitronow has provided pro bono legal representation to a number of political asylum applicants under the auspices of the Human Rights First Refugee Protection Program. She has also provided pro bono family law advice in conjunction with the New York Legal Assistance Group.

Representative Matters

  • Represented an international oil and gas corporation in each of the regulatory investigations and civil cases arising out of its recategorization of certain of its oil and gas reserves. These matters included SEC and Department of Justice investigations, together with ERISA, shareholder derivative and securities class action litigation in the United States, and European regulatory investigations by the FSA and Euronext;
  • Represented a global insurance corporation in the securities class action arising out of the IPO of its reinsurance subsidiary;
  • Represented a prominent technology firm in shareholder derivative suits and in the company's direct action against multiple former officers and directors in connection with stock-options practices;
  • Represented a consortium of debt holders in the recent bankruptcy proceedings of an automotive component manufacturer;
  • Represented a major financial services firm in connection with a shareholder derivative investigation into its executive compensation practices;
  • Represented a global risk mitigation and business solutions provider regarding a transaction with its controlling shareholder; and
  • Representing a leading energy services firm in a major shareholder derivative matter involving allegations of improper accounting, OFAC/export control violations, FCPA violations, kickbacks, government contracting abuses, environmental damage and other misconduct.

Selected Activities

  • Member, Tahmidur Remura Dewey LeBoeuf LLP Women's Initiatives Committee
  • Member, Tahmidur Remura Dewey LeBoeuf LLP Recruitment Committee
  • Member, American Bar Association
  • Member, Australian Fulbright Alumni Association


  • New York University School of Law, 2001, LL.M., Fulbright Scholar
  • Bond University, 1998, LL.B., First Class Honors, Vice-Chancellor's Scholar

Bar Admissions

  • New York
  • New South Wales, Australia

Court Admissions

  • U.S. District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York