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Enforcement Edge
June 5, 2023

Arnold & Porter’s White Collar Defense & Investigations Practice is Recognized by Chambers USA 2023

Enforcement Edge: Shining Light on Government Enforcement

The 2023 edition of Chambers USA recognized Arnold & Porter’s White Collar Defense & Investigations practice for its strength and breadth in representing clients spanning the financial services, government contracting, life sciences, and technology industries in government investigations, enforcement proceedings, white-collar criminal trials, and appeals in the below categories:

The practice maintained its sterling Band 1 ranking for the Nationwide False Claims Act designation as well as its Band 2 ranking in the D.C. White Collar Crime category. One client remarked, “Arnold & Porter provides exceptional insight, analytics and communication which is frequent and focused on the critical issues at hand.” Another commented, “From partners to associates, Arnold & Porter has expertise at every level. You always feel that you are their only client and the entire firm is dedicated to serving you.”

Chambers ranked ten attorneys across the practice:

Of note, Tirzah Lollar attained a new ranking for her work across the full spectrum of FCA litigation, investigations, and disclosure work, and in both intervened and non-intervened qui tam actions. John Fietkiewicz also garnered a new ranking in Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations category for his work in individual and company representations spanning external and internal investigations and matters investigated by the DOJ, U.S. Attorneys' Offices, and state Attorneys General.

We are grateful to our clients who continue to trust us with their most complex and contentious matters. For more information on our white collar capabilities, please visit:

For a full list of our firm’s rankings this year, please click here.

© Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP 2023 All Rights Reserved. This blog post is intended to be a general summary of the law and does not constitute legal advice. You should consult with counsel to determine applicable legal requirements in a specific fact situation.