Corporate Defense and Disputes

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Lindsey Olson Collins

As a litigation associate, Lindsey Collins focuses her practice on white-collar defense and investigations and complex commercial litigation. She has particular experience representing individual and corporate clients in connection with domestic and international government-facing investigations.

Practice highlights include representing a leading global financial institution in a sweeping, multi-year federal criminal investigation into a multi-billion dollar investment portfolio; representing an individual in connection with criminal investigations relating to allegations of manipulation and collusion in the precious metals market; and representing a major cultural institution regarding allegations of abusive conduct by a high profile employee.

While earning her J.D. from Fordham University School of Law, Lindsey interned for the Honorable James C. Francis, IV of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. She also served as editor-in-chief of the Fordham Moot Court Editorial Board and was an associate editor of the Fordham Urban Law Journal.

Outside of her litigation practice, Lindsey serves as a junior board member of Association to Benefit Children, a non-profit organization serving communities in East Harlem and the Bronx.

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DOJ Announces New Guidance for Prosecuting Corporate Crime in Speech by Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco

Late last month, Deputy Attorney General Lisa O. Monaco delivered a keynote speech at the ABA’s National Institute on White Collar Crime event in Washington, DC.  Her remarks outlined observed trends in white collar crime as well as AG Merrick Garland’s and her priorities and initial action items for combatting corporate crime.  Corporate defense and … Continue Reading

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