Brendan R. McGuire is an accomplished trial lawyer, litigator and advisor for individual and corporate clients. He represents officers, directors, professionals and corporations in sensitive and complex trials, investigations and other criminal and civil proceedings. Mr. McGuire has handled significant matters that involve all aspects of white collar crime, including allegations of securities fraud, accounting fraud, tax offenses, bribery, embezzlement, money laundering and FCPA violations. Mr. McGuire also advises in the areas of national security, cybersecurity and privacy, and export controls and economic sanctions. In addition to his criminal work, Mr. McGuire also represents corporations and individuals in complex commercial litigation.
Mr. McGuire is a Lecturer in Law at Columbia University School of Law, where he teaches national security law. He also serves on the Board of the National Committee on American Foreign Policy and the John Jay College Foundation, and recently completed his term on the Board of Trustees of Regis High School. He is also a member of the Lawyers Council for the Citizens Crime Commission of New York City and is an active member of federal and state bar organizations.
New York University School of Law , J.D. (2002)
Williams College , B.A. (1998)