The firm’s White Collar Crime practice group includes specialists adept at investigating and litigating complicated and highly sensitive white-collar criminal matters. Our attorneys include former federal prosecutors, with experience in banking and securities laws, RICO and asset forfeiture cases, government procurement fraud and mis-charging cases, foreign anti-corruption, as well as consumer protection and other kinds of fraud cases. We can help with all aspects of the white-collar investigative process, including conducting sensitive internal investigations for a company, its Board of Directors, its outside auditors, insurers, risk committees, or in connection with a takeover or acquisition.
Our attorneys work with law enforcement, SEC or DOJ prosecutors, or other regulatory bodies to achieve a suitable resolution of complex and highly sensitive investigations, both domestically and internationally. The group handles all stages of the white collar investigation and defense processes, including the grand jury and investigative stage, trial, and, if necessary, all areas of criminal appeals.
Our experience includes the prosecution and defense of cases involving, among other matters: money laundering, securities violations, RICO, the FCPA, currency transaction reporting requirements, Bank Secrecy Act violations, civil and criminal forfeiture cases, mail and wire fraud cases, computer hacking and computer trespass cases, public corruption cases, criminal tax matters, False Claims Act and procurement cases, qui tam and related whistleblower matters, and related collateral matters.
Our experienced team understands the sensitivity of these investigations, bringing experience from both the prosecution and defense of complex criminal matters.
- Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)
- False Claims Act
- Medicare/Medicaid Fraud
- Fraud and Deceptive Trade
- Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
- Export Control/FINCEN Regulation
- Bribery/Corruption cases
- Financial Fraud (Anti Money Laundering Act, Anti Gambling, Know Your Customer)
- Procurement and Defense Acquisition Fraud
- Internal investigations of employee misconduct
- Sarbanes Oxley violations
- Internal Board of Directors/Audit Committee Investigations
- General regulatory compliance
- Criminal tax investigations
- Government Relations