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Darryl is the global head of the firm's white collar practice and a member of its global risk management committee. Darryl focuses his practice on white collar and compliance matters, and dispute resolution through arbitration and litigation.
Darryl's white collar experience includes conducting internal corporate investigations and representing and advising US and foreign multinational companies and their governing boards and committees in civil and criminal matters involving fraud, accounting, and regulatory issues, often in the context of investigations and enforcement actions undertaken by the US Department of Justice and the US Securities and Exchange Commission. He has substantial experience in matters involving the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other anti-corruption laws, including creating and assessing compliance and training programs, conducting risk assessments and compliance audits, as well as conducting and evaluating anti-corruption due diligence and compliance in the context of foreign investments and mergers and acquisitions.
Darryl's litigation experience includes representing and advising clients in actions involving fraud, securities, accounting, regulatory and shareholder derivative and corporate governance issues.
Darryl has substantial experience representing and advising private parties and state entities in domestic and international arbitrations and has been recognized in leading guides such as Chambers Global, Chambers USA, Best Lawyers in America, and Euromoney for his expertise in international arbitration. Darryl's arbitration experience has included disputes related to concessions, joint ventures, privatizations, and construction.
He has also advised clients in connection with claims at the International Court of Justice and under the North American Free Trade Agreement and the Energy Charter Treaty and various bilateral investment treaties.
Last updated October 2018