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Greene Espel can help you navigate antitrust and competition investigations, government enforcement actions, white collar criminal investigations and litigation, trial and appellate litigation, and compliance counseling.

Greene Espel attorneys provide a coordinated and efficient approach to resolving competition matters before agencies, tribunals, and courts.  Our antitrust teams draw from Greene Espel’s substantive experience in complex business litigation, class actions, white collar criminal defense, investigations, and anti-corruption compliance.

Greene Espel provides advice on a full range of issues including:

  • Government criminal and civil non-merger investigations
  • Treble-damage class action litigation
  • Monopolization claims
  • Information-sharing claims
  • Price-fixing claims
  • Coordinated conduct claims
  • Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) claims
  • Trial and appellate litigation
  • Compliance counseling
Taofikat Ninalowo-Olaofe
X. Kevin Zhao
Nicholas Scheiner
Jeya Paul

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Davida S. Williams

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  • Class Actions

    Clients regularly turn to Greene Espel when faced with high-stakes, class-action litigation. Greene Espel attorneys have defended dozens of putative class actions in federal and state courts all across the country.

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  • Internal Investigations

    We leverage our experience to conduct sensitive and high-profile internal investigations for our clients. We also help clients navigate investigations to mitigate reputational, regulatory, and litigation risks. 

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  • White Collar Criminal and Regulatory Defense

    We provide an insider’s perspective and the experience to vindicate your interests and defend your name in complex criminal and regulatory matters. 

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  • Anti-corruption and FCPA

    Greene Espel rivals big firms with its experienced group of corruption and FCPA investigators and counselors. We help companies efficiently and effectively investigate allegations of corruption, assess their compliance programs, and present their best possible case to prosecutors and regulators. 

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Jeya Paul Appointed to U.S. Magistrate Judge Merit Selection Panel

The panel will review applications, interview prospective candidates, and recommend the five best-qualified candidates to the District Judges for consideration.

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Holley Horrell Elected to Serve as Vice Chair of the Children's Law Center of Minnesota's Board of Directors

The Children's Law Center promotes the legal rights and well-being of children and youth, and its staff and volunteers provide direct representation of children and youth in the child welfare system as well as advocate for changes in the systems that affect their lives.

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X. Kevin Zhao Appointed to Judicial Selection Committee for Federal District Court Vacancy by Senators Klobuchar and Smith

The committee is made up of six attorneys, including current and former judges and other leaders in the legal community.

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Clients turn to Greene Espel for their individualized and creative approach at all stages of a competition controversy.

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