Government Enforcement and White Collar Crime

The Government Enforcement and White Collar Crime Group at Skadden is an internationally recognized leader in the representation of corporations, boards of directors, management and other individuals in connection with government investigations, enforcement actions, internal investigations and white collar criminal prosecutions. Our practice comprises lawyers in key financial centers in the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific, and includes attorneys who formerly served as prosecutors, judges and government regulators. Read more about these capabilities ›

Anti-Bribery and FCPA Defense and Compliance

Skadden has extensive experience advising clients in matters involving the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and related international laws, including the U.K. Bribery Act 2010 and laws implementing OECD and U.N. conventions. Read more about these capabilities ›

Anti-Money Laundering and Economic Sanctions

We represent a wide variety of U.S. and international clients on regulatory, civil and criminal matters involving U.S. and European anti-money laundering and economic sanctions laws. Read more about these capabilities ›

Congressional Investigations and Government Policy

Skadden advises companies, executives and public officials on the full range of issues they may encounter with civil or government enforcement actions, including congressional investigations and policy issues. Read more about these capabilities ›

Cross-Border Investigations

Our global resources and experience enable us to anticipate and respond to the many demands created by cross-border investigations and proceedings in the U.S. and around the world. Read more about these capabilities ›

False Claims Act Defense

Skadden has significant experience advising clients in matters involving the federal False Claims Act and various state and municipal equivalents. Read more about these capabilities ›

Securities Enforcement and Compliance

We represent clients in investigations and enforcement proceedings brought by the SEC and other government agencies, as well as self-regulatory proceedings by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board and FINRA. Read more about these capabilities ›

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