April 24, 2014

Marc L. Mukasey, Partner

  • 212-508-6134
  • Marc Mukasey, a former federal prosecutor and SEC enforcement attorney, represents corporations and individuals facing allegations of securities fraud, antitrust violations, environmental crimes, money laundering, bribery, mail/wire fraud, tax offenses, embezzlement, and other business crimes. He also conducts internal investigation work on behalf of corporate clients. His internal investigation work has been noted in The Wall Street Journal and Business Week Online.

    Mr. Mukasey has represented corporate and individual clients in some of the most high-profile and complex cases of recent times, including three stock options backdating cases, the Madoff matter, various insider trading cases, and political corruption matters. Over the course of his career, he has tried an array of criminal cases involving allegations of securities fraud, investment advisory fraud, mail/wire fraud, money laundering, RICO, and murder. He has also been successful behind the scenes, persuading prosecutors and regulators at the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and other agencies to abandon investigations before they became public and without the filing of criminal charges. Mr. Mukasey has also practiced extensively before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

  • Bracewell & Giuliani LLP

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