Christopher Bolyai’s practice focuses on U.S. and multinational regulatory investigations, corporate compliance and transaction diligence.
Mr. Bolyai represents corporations and individuals in connection with a wide variety of investigations conducted by law enforcement agencies, as well as in litigation that arises in connection with those investigations. His experience includes representing clients in investigations brought by U.S. agencies, including the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Office of Foreign Assets Control, the Federal Reserve, the Internal Revenue Service, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and Congress. He has conducted numerous internal investigations, both in the U.S. and abroad, involving anticorruption, fraud, tax, economic sanctions, money laundering and related matters.
Additionally, Mr. Bolyai advises companies on compliance programs designed to prevent and detect potential violations of law. He has conducted numerous reviews of corporate compliance structures, advising on the improvement of these structures and related policies and procedures, in addition to regularly providing compliance trainings. Mr. Bolyai also handles due diligence work in the context of corporate transactions.
As part of his pro bono work, Mr. Bolyai has represented several individuals in immigration matters before U.S. agencies and advises on compliance matters for nonprofit organizations.
- J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 2011 (magna cum laude)
- B.A., George Washington University, 2003
- New York
- District of Columbia