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McGuireWoods LLP
2001 K STREET N.W.
WASHINGTON, DC 20006-1040
United States

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United States > Dispute resolution > Corporate investigations and white-collar criminal defense

McGuireWoods LLP fields a strong team of white-collar criminal defense attorneys based across the US, with major centres in Los Angeles, New York and Washington DC. Todd Steggerda chairs the department from Washington DC, an office that recently welcomed Andrew McBride from Perkins Coie LLP, who has significant experience handling cases related to the communications and new media sectors. Standing out for an exemplary track-record in individual representations, Washington DC-based seasoned litigator George Terwilliger handled a number of high-profile cases for elected officials in 2019, as well as a range of healthcare sector-related cases for a variety corporates. In Richmond, John Adams is experienced with opioid litigation cases, while in Norfolk, Benjamin Hatch is noted for handling significant government investigations for corporates. In September 2019, former senior litigation counsel in the major fraud section of the US Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California Kevin Lally became a major addition to the Los Angeles office.

United States > Dispute resolution > Securities litigation: defense

The securities litigators at McGuireWoods LLP are experienced in a wide range of securities-related proceedings on behalf of financial institutions before federal and state courts, the Center for Multi-District Litigation, the SEC, FINRA and the DOJ. Jonathan Blank in Charlottesville, Cheryl Haas in Atlanta, Robert Muckenfuss in Charlotte, Todd Steggerda in Washington DC and Diane Flannery in Richmond are the practice heads. Managing partner of the New York office Noreen Kelly is key to the firms broker-dealer, restructuring, finance and white-collar practices, and she handles securities cases for financial institutions. Jeffrey Chapman in New York is also recommended.