Stroock’s white collar practice brings vast experience, having successfully represented corporations (public and private), partnerships, not-for-profit entities and individuals in a whole host of investigations and prosecutions in a number of jurisdictions nationally. These matters have included sensitive representations involving alleged criminal and regulatory violations. They include violations of numerous state and federal statutes -- including RICO, bribery of public officials, tax evasion, environmental offenses and fraud (financial, securities, healthcare, customs and banking), among others. This same expertise has enabled the Stroock white collar practice, sometimes using the services of private investigative firms, to use its talents and reputation in the legal and business communities to conduct investigations for both corporate and private clients -- where governmental authorities have raised questions about actions taken by or on behalf of the clients, or when the clients have concluded that there is reason to believe that they have been the victim of wrongdoing by employees or other individuals.
"Can a Corporation Survive a Trial Conviction?"
September 16, 2013|Law.com
Leaking Legal Advice
July 6, 2010|Law.com
When Judges Google
May 3, 2010|Law.com
‘Can You Notarize This?’ Taking the Notary Job Seriously
July 18, 2008|New York Law Journal
Critics Are Mistaken
June 2, 2008|National Law Journal
Can We Simply Drink the Kool-Aid?
April 24, 2008|New York Law Journal