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James W. Haldin

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Counsel
White Collar Defense & Investigations
New York
Represents financial institutions and other companies in complex investigations, enforcement matters and class action litigation.

Jamie represents financial institutions and other companies in complex investigations, enforcement matters and class action litigation. His primary focus is cross-border investigations involving potential corruption, fraud and other misconduct.

Jamie represents multinational companies and special committees in both internal and governmental investigations. He has led investigations in the United States, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Hong Kong, Iraq, Mexico and all of the BRIC countries, and has advised clients on investigations in numerous other jurisdictions.

He regularly represents corporate clients before regulators and enforcement authorities, including the DOJ and SEC, including in connection with alleged violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). He is also a frequent commentator on developments and trends in global anti-corruption enforcement. In addition, Jamie advises companies on a broad range of corporate compliance and risk management issues.

Experience highlights

Jamie's investigation and enforcement matter representations include:

  • A global oil and gas company in connection with a corruption-related investigation in western Asia
  • A global pharmaceutical company in connection with a corruption-related investigation by the DOJ in Iraq
  • A special committee of a global retail manufacturer’s board of directors in connection with a corruption-related investigation in Russia
  • A leading financial institution in connection with the reporting of remedial efforts to the Federal Reserve, the OCC and the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau under various consent orders
  • An asset management company in connection with its review of anti-money laundering controls related to a Bahamian investment
  • Telia Company AB and its subsidiary in connection with the precedent-setting, global resolution of FCPA investigations by the DOJ and SEC and related investigations by the Dutch Public Prosecutor’s Office and Swedish authorities related to conduct in Uzbekistan
  • A leading supply chain software company in connection with a False Claims Act investigation by the DOJ
  • A global financial institution in connection with an FCPA investigation by the SEC and other regulatory inquiries into hiring practices in China and other jurisdictions across Asia resulting in no enforcement action by the SEC
  • A chairman of a publicly-held telecommunications company in connection with a corruption-related investigation by the DOJ in Guatemala
  • IBM Corp. in connection with multi-year, wide-ranging FCPA investigations by the DOJ and the SEC resulting in a DOJ declination and no enforcement action by the SEC
  • A global pharmaceutical company in connection with an investigation of whistleblower allegations involving corruption in India and related inquiries by the DOJ and the UK Serious Fraud Office
  • An international real estate investment company in connection with a corruption-related investigation in Brazil
  • AstraZeneca PLC in connection with multi-year, wide-ranging FCPA investigations by the DOJ and the SEC resulting in a DOJ declination and an industry-leading SEC resolution
  • A special committee of a global medical device company’s board of directors in connection with an investigation of whistleblower allegations involving corruption and misappropriation in China
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Education
J.D., Washington and Lee University School of Law
  • Roy L. Steinheimer Law Review Award for Best Student Note
  • cum laude
  • Senior Articles Editor, Washington & Lee Law Review
B.A., English, University of Florida
  • magna cum laude
Professional history
  • Counsel, 2013-present
  • Associate, Davis Polk, 2007-2012
  • Associate, Moore & Van Allen, 2000-2007
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