Andrew Levine is a litigation partner and member of the firm’s White Collar & Regulatory Defense Group. He regularly defends companies and individuals in criminal, civil and regulatory enforcement matters and has conducted countless internal investigations throughout the world. Mr. Levine serves as the go-to anti-corruption advisor to numerous leading global companies and represents many clients on corruption-related matters in Latin America, including the Lava Jato, Zelotes, Carne Fraca and FIFA scandals. He frequently advises clients on a broad array of compliance matters, including conducting risk assessments, enhancing compliance programs and mitigating risks presented by potential corporate transactions.
In 2020, Latin Lawyer named Mr. Levine as “International Lawyer of the Year," a recognition based on his “profile in the market and the vast amount of work he has done to shape the development of anti-corruption and investigations work in Latin America.”
Before joining Debevoise in 2006, Mr. Levine served as Deputy Counsel to the Independent Inquiry Committee into the United Nations Oil-for-Food Programme, led by Paul A. Volcker.
He is an officer of the International Bar Association’s Anti-Corruption Committee and member of the White Collar Crime Committee of the New York City Bar Association.