We represent both plaintiffs and defendants in white collar crime claims involving antitrust, bank fraud, financial advisor/analyst misconduct, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. We are adept at designing and implementing creative strategies to resolve disputes in these areas.
While our attorneys are considered preeminent litigators, we also possess a thorough understanding of the key issues and financial constraints facing companies today. This financial knowledge helps us bridge the gap between regulators and corporations. Our substantial network of resources and legal capabilities gives us an advantage when coordinating multi-faceted litigation across multiple jurisdictions in white collar crime cases. We have relationships with lawyers located throughout the world’s major financial and commercial centers, allowing us to work with experts who are well-versed in local laws and practices.
Representative results include:
Representing a major financial institution in a civil forfeiture action initiated by the United States Attorney’s Office.
Winning a multi-million dollar settlement on behalf of several investors who were defrauded by one of the United States’ largest brokerage firms.
Winning a substantial settlement for a class of purchasers of life insurance policies. The clients had been defrauded into their purchases by false representations about the premium amounts for their policies.