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Anna Lashley represents Bradley’s business clients in cutting-edge complex litigation. She practices primarily in the firm’s Litigation and Government Enforcement and Investigations Practice Groups, representing companies and individuals in a range of government and internal investigations, regulatory inquiries, white collar criminal defense matters, compliance issues, civil litigation, and enforcement actions. Anna is also involved in complex business litigation, including defense of class action, environmental, and toxic tort cases, as well as defense of civil rights.

In November 2023, during her keynote address at the American Conference Institute’s international conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), Acting Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division Nicole Argentieri announced that the Fraud Section of the Department of Justice (DOJ) intended to be more active in generating FCPA investigations and prosecutions. Rather than

In an extremely consequential decision issued last week, the United States Supreme Court reined in what the Court termed the government’s “boundless interpretation” of the aggravated identity theft statute, 18 U.S.C. § 1028A. Section 1028A provides for a mandatory two-year prison sentence for “any person who, during and in relation to any predicate offense knowingly

We are less than one year out from the effective date (January 1, 2024) of the U.S. Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) beneficial ownership information (BOI) reporting rule, and key details about the rule remain unclear. The rule requires most domestic and foreign companies to report their beneficial owners to FinCEN, but the