About Shomik Ghosh

Shomik Ghosh is a Partner at Spiro Harrison, where he leads the firm’s New York City office. Shomik is a highly accomplished New York based litigator with extensive experience in complex commercial litigation and counseling, white-collar criminal matters and appellate work. He also represents clients in disputes involving corporate governance issues and antitrust litigation.

Shomik routinely practices in federal and state courts across the country, on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants. In addition, he frequently represents clients before a number of regulatory bodies, including the DOJ, SEC, FINRA, DEA, CFTC, FTC, and numerous United States Attorney’s Offices including the SDNY and EDNY.

Recognized as a skilled oral advocate on behalf of his clients, Shomik provides creative solutions to even the most complex of matters.

Shomik is a proud graduate of the University of Michigan Law School, where he graduated among the top five students in his class. Prior to joining Spiro Harrison, he worked as a Trial Attorney at Mandel Bhandari and as a litigator at Selendy Gay Elsberg PLLC in New York City. Shomik began his career in the Antitrust & Competition group of Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom, also in New York.

Representative Matters

  • Lead trial counsel for consortium of private equity funds prosecuting RICO and fraudulent conveyance claims against syndicate of foreign banking entities and related individuals.
  • Represented prominent construction company in labor litigation in SDNY, ultimately securing walk-away settlement on the eve of trial.
  • Represented building owner in long-running dispute over ownership of condominium complex in New York City, ultimately defeating motion for summary judgment.
  • Counsel for major real estate development company in multiple JAMS arbitrations.
  • Counsel for construction company in SDNY litigation, ultimately securing complete dismissal of RICO and antitrust claims.
  • Represented independent special committee and its directors formed to review multi-billion dollar tender offer. Represented committee in follow-on proceedings in Delaware Chancery Court.
  • Provided antitrust counseling and merger control guidance on: a $1.52 billion merger involving the travel industry; the $306 million sale of construction company’s U.S. operations; a merger sale of major airline from Airbus; and a $662 million merger in the medical devices industry.



  • University of Michigan Law School – J.D., magna cum laude, Order of the Coif
  • New York University – B.A., Field Day Scholar



State Bars:

  • New York

U.S. Court of Appeals:

  • Second Circuit

U.S. District Courts:

  • Southern District of New York