Richard Corrao is TL2Q’s chief legal counsel responsible for overseeing corporate-and engagement-related legal matters and advisory on items including confidentiality, security, procurement, human resource management, litigation support, engagement policy and strategy, and risk. In addition, he regularly counsels on the development and implementation of enhanced internal workflow systems and best practices and also heads TL2Q’s research team, supervising general as well as legal research on applicable state and federal unclaimed property laws, rules, and regulations.
Mr. Corrao also manages state and holder contract negotiations, and regularly communicates with government officials and holder advocates on various other unclaimed property- and business-related topics including confidentiality, scoping, data production, and settlement matters. He has been involved in and is familiar with nearly all aspects of identifying, examining, collecting, and transferring unclaimed property, including experience in NAUPA II reporting and remitting property to multiple jurisdictions.
Before joining TL2Q, Mr. Corrao represented the People of the State of New York as a Nassau County Assistant District Attorney. Prior to his work in government, he worked in the financial services industry with both Morgan Stanley and Bloomberg LP.