Olivia is a partner in and a founding member of the Firm’s US white-collar and global investigations group. She is a member of our global Board.
Olivia has extensive experience investigating, defending and counseling clients on the implications of corporate conduct. She works closely with clients to navigate internal and external investigations, helps clients achieve their business objectives by advising them on deals and post-deal integration, and helps clients develop thriving corporate cultures by advising them on their approach to compliance. She represents clients in the technology, consumer, financial services and other industries across a broad range of matters, including those involving allegations of bribery / FCPA violations, workplace misconduct, accounting and securities fraud, market manipulation, mis-selling and anti-money laundering violations. Olivia frequently appears before US federal and state regulators, including DOJ, the SEC, the CFTC, State AGs, the NYDFS, the PCAOB and others.
Advising Volkswagen re addressing diesel-related regulatory investigations and litigation risk in numerous countries simultaneously.
Advising multiple clients on FCPA, AML and Sanctions risks in connection with strategic acquisitions.
Representing current and former employees of a global auto manufacturer in diesel-related regulatory investigations.
Representing one of the world’s largest banks in investigations by multiple enforcement authorities into an alleged scheme to manipulate the setting of LIBOR, EURIBOR and other fixed-income reference rates.
Representing a global financial institution in investigations by the Department of Justice, the CFTC, the FCA and the NYSDFS into allegations of manipulation and collusion in the setting of global foreign-exchange benchmarks.
Acting on behalf of a US-based private equity fund in relation to a governmental investigation and commercial dispute in Europe.
Acting on behalf of multiple Swiss banks in the Department of Justice’s investigation into cross-border banking practices, including representing eight banks in the DOJ’s Swiss Banks Program.