Chambers USA Guide 2008

“The five-lawyer boutique handles white-collar criminal cases mainly involving securities prosecutions and investigations, as well as antitrust and environment cases. Clients assert that the group is ‘professional, dedicated and always on top of procedures,’ with ‘impeccable analysis and strategy.’ In a major case, the team represented Lisa Flowers, an energy trader charged with fraud and market manipulation prohibitions of the Commodities Exchange Act, which resulted in a deferred prosecution. The firm is also acting for various current and former executives in three ongoing DOJ Antitrust Division criminal price-fixing investigations into sales of DRAM, SRAM, and LCD.”

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