AREA OF PRACTICE
A member of the White Collar Defense & Government Investigations group and Litigation department, Angela Papalaskaris has devoted her entire career to the practice of white collar criminal defense, internal investigations, and related civil litigation, including qui tam actions. In that time, she has advised a variety of clients -- public corporations, both foreign and domestic; privately held companies; board committees; and individuals -- across all fields and industries, including oil & gas, energy, healthcare, financial services, and information technology.
Angela represents clients -- both in and out of the courtroom -- in matters relating to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, export regulation, U.S. economic sanctions, insider trading, the securities laws, and various fraud matters including those involving health care fraud and the False Claims Act. She has extensive experience representing clients at all stages of investigation by federal and state law enforcement authorities: from preliminary inquiries, to formal investigations, to the negotiation and settled resolution of regulatory enforcement proceedings. In 2013, Angela was a part of the trial team that successfully defended Mark Cuban in a high-profile insider trading case brought by the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission.
Angela also assists domestic and multinational companies in conducting reviews of internal controls and compliance programs, especially those relating to anti-bribery and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and advises organizations and entities on implementation of best practices in regulatory compliance. In 2014, Angela was named a New York Metro Rising Star in the area of white collar by Super Lawyers.
Regulatory Enforcement and Internal Corporate Investigations
Qui Tam, Criminal and Other Litigation
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