Lauren Eisenberg represents clients in regulatory investigations across the life sciences, health
care, construction, telecommunications and financial services industries. She also conducts
internal investigations and provides compliance advice regarding the Foreign Corrupt Practices
Act (FCPA), anti-money laundering requirements and due diligence reviews.
Ms. Eisenberg’s experience includes:
- representing a U.S.-listed, multinational company in parallel investigations by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and state attorneys general regarding alleged antitrust violations;
- representing a U.S.-listed telecommunications company in a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) investigation into its public disclosures;
- representing a health care company in a DOJ investigation of potential violations of the False Claims Act;
- representing dozens of companies in an SEC inquiry into cybersecurity disclosures;
- representing a multinational bank in parallel Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and SEC investigations into alleged books and record manipulations;
- representing multiple executives in DOJ and SEC investigations of alleged violations of the FCPA and related statutes;
- conducting an internal investigation of federal funds usage by a Middle Eastern affiliate of a nonprofit organization;
- representing multiple companies participating in the DOJ’s Swiss Bank Program;
- conducting proactive compliance reviews of the Latin American subsidiaries and business partner of a multinational, U.S.-listed company;
- representing a company in parallel federal and state criminal investigations of charitable donations; and
- conducting internal investigations of compliance with anticorruption laws among multiple international subsidiaries of a global life sciences company.
Prior to joining Skadden, Ms. Eisenberg was a Teach for America corps member, teaching
elementary school children with special needs.