Provided by Aaron Lewis
Mr. Lewis, a former federal prosecutor, advises businesses, boards of directors, and individuals in sensitive, high-stakes government investigations, internal investigations, and regulatory enforcement matters. He has represented companies facing alleged violations of the False Claims Act (FCA) and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), as well as allegations of public corruption, mail and wire fraud, obstruction of justice, and espionage. He has also advised companies and independent board committees that were conducting internal investigations, including several involving allegations of ineffective internal controls and dysfunctional workplace cultures. Mr. Lewis returned to Covington in 2015 after six years of service in the Department of Justice (DOJ), first as Counsel to Attorney General Eric Holder in Washington, and later as an Assistant United States Attorney in Los Angeles.
Aaron Lewis' investigations and enforcement-based practice sees him representing companies and individuals across a range of industries.