Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Government Enforcement and Investigations Team Named to GIR 100
ATLANTA (February 13) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that the firm’s Government Enforcement & Investigations Team (GEI) was recognized in the Global Investigations Review GIR 100, an annual guide featuring the world’s leading cross-border investigations practices. Based on extensive research, GIR 100 selects the top 100 law firms from around the world capable of handling sophisticated cross-border government-led and internal investigations.
The list is a go-to resource for corporate counsel who need to know which firm they can count on during a crisis.GIR 100’s team of London and Washington. D.C. based reporters conducted extensive research to determine which firms had the most experience handling complex investigations, and had also earned the trust of their clients, other law firms, and the government agencies in the jurisdictions where they operate. In its profile of Kilpatrick Townsend’s GEI team, the publication highlighted the firm’s role in monitoring Volkswagen’s multi-billion dollar criminal plea and civil settlement, its investigation into the theft of trade secrets, its work with multi-national companies involved in bribery and fraud investigations overseas, and its extensive experience in Europe and Asia.
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