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We have a unique proficiency for investigating issues ranging from code of conduct or ethics violations to those brought on by regulatory entities or the Department of Justice. We know how to efficiently accumulate essential information to arrive at the appropriate resolution. We are overly responsive and pragmatic but also know when to turn up the heat.

EDWARD O. PACER

Managing Partner

Chicago, lL

Professionals

Special Counsel

Robert Bell

Special Counsel

Co-Managing Partner, Washington, DC Office

Michael A. Branca

Co-Managing Partner, Washington, DC Office

Managing Partner - Los Angeles Office

Nathan A. Cohen

Managing Partner - Los Angeles Office

Co-Chair - White Collar Litigation and Regulatory Enforcement

Thomas J. Curran

Co-Chair - White Collar Litigation and Regulatory Enforcement

Managing Partner, Chicago Office

Edward O. Pacer

Managing Partner, Chicago Office

Vice Chair - White Collar Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement

Doris D. Short

Vice Chair - White Collar Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement

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