Our White Collar Defense and Government Investigations Group helps clients navigate government investigations and related enforcement actions and litigation, including investigations of fraud, bribery, insider trading, money laundering, embezzlement, and other financial crimes. The attorneys in this group deliver outside-the-box strategies aimed at protecting clients’ interests in an ever-changing regulatory landscape.

Representative services include

  • Criminal Defense: We represent individuals, executives, and corporations during all stages of a government investigation or criminal proceeding. We provide guidance and strategic advice to clients, protect their legal rights, and advocate for their interests in plea negotiations, hearings, trials, and appeals.

  • Internal Investigations: We conduct internal investigations on behalf of companies to identify potential legal violations, assess liability, and develop effective compliance programs. These investigations help clients proactively address issues and mitigate potential risks before they escalate into criminal charges or regulatory actions.

  • Negotiations and Settlements: We engage in negotiations with government agencies, such as the DOJ, SEC, DoD, and other regulatory bodies. Our attorneys strive to achieve favorable settlements that minimize potential penalties and reputational damage.


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