Steven P. Solow focuses his practice on business crimes, internal investigations, corporate compliance and security programs and environmental civil and criminal litigation. He represents and counsels corporations and business associations regarding their legal and regulatory obligations, develops integrated compliance programs that address corporate and government expectations and represents both corporate and individual clients in white collar cases.
Formerly Chief of the Department of Justice (DOJ) Environmental Crimes Section, Steve supervised more than 30 federal prosecutors and oversaw the prosecution of environmental criminal cases nationwide. He also coordinated an international law enforcement initiative to combat smuggling of banned chemicals into the United States and served on an Interpol workgroup.
Steve's experience in audits, internal investigations, and prevention and detection programs, is enhanced by his government service. As a member of the U.S. Attorney General's White Collar Crime Council, he worked closely with U.S. Attorney's Offices and numerous federal investigative agencies, Interpol and state, local and foreign law enforcement agencies. Before coming to the Environmental Crimes Section, Steve was a prosecutor with the New York State Organized Crime Task Force. He served as law clerk to the Honorable Harold L. Murphy of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.