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Former chair and co-chair of the firm's White-Collar Criminal Defense & Regulatory Compliance Practice, Charles DeMonaco has a broad practice that focuses on corporate internal investigations, securities investigations and litigation, commercial litigation, corporate compliance and governance, environmental law and white collar criminal defense. In addition to providing legal representation to both corporate and individual clients in the private sector, Charles is providing representation in federal civil litigation regarding restoration of the Florida Everglades.
In addition to his other legal work, Charles has or is representing clients in complex litigation, including allegations of breaches of fiduciary duties and corporate waste, federal securities fraud litigation, a Bivens cause of action against federal prosecutors, Qui Tam litigation, internal investigations and other commercial and white collar litigation.
Charles is also a member of the International Law Practice Group and the Environmental Law Practice Group.
A former Assistant Chief of the Environmental Crimes Section of the U.S. Department of Justice, Charles served as lead counsel for the United States in the criminal prosecution of U.S. v. Exxon and Exxon Shipping Co. for the massive 1989 Exxon Valdez Alaska oil spill.
J.D. – Ohio Northern University, BA – University of Notre Dame