GRCI 2015 Cover1The Government Investigations and White Collar’s resource guide is a quick reference for companies and individuals facing a governmental inquiry or investigation. It covers some of the more common sources of investigations and inquiries, and addresses issues that can arise with the inquiry. Click here to read an excerpt (pdf). To obtain a complete copy of the guide, please submit an email request by clicking here.

About the Government Investigations and White Collar Group

McGuireWoods’ Government, Regulatory and Criminal Investigations (Government Investigations and White Collar) Department – composed of the SEC enforcement defense, white collar, internal investigations, FERC/energy enforcement, and international fraud/anti-corruption practice groups – has a track record of positive outcomes for clients in some of the most difficult and serious circumstances they have faced. We are focused on scalable, responsive approaches to clients’ issues that yield the best possible results for their businesses.

With the Government Investigations and White Collar group at McGuireWoods, our depth of experience is the key.

Our attorneys have extensive experience conducting audits, investigations and training throughout the United States and around the world, to resolve internal issues, defend external investigations, and establish and strengthen compliance programs.

We draw on the experience of our former prosecutors and regulators from numerous government agencies, including the Department of Justice, United States Attorneys Offices, the SEC, FERC, the PCAOB, among others.

But more importantly, we have a history of achieving the results clients seek across substantive areas including FCPA, environmental enforcement, immigration enforcement, SEC and corporate compliance, energy enforcement involving the FERC and the CFTC, internal investigations, False Claims Act, qui tam, energy enforcement involving the FERC and the CFTC, congressional ethics and other inquiries. Our work is backed by the fact that our attorneys know how to think like – and they have credibility with – federal and state prosecutors and regulators.