November 28, 2022

Volume XII, Number 332

Meredith D. Bateman

Meredith Bateman focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation, with an emphasis on government enforcement, internal investigations, and insurance coverage.

Ms. Bateman assists in defending financial institutions during federal criminal investigations focusing on bribery and money-laundering. Ms. Bateman also participates in internal investigations on behalf of corporate clients to evaluate potential exposure under federal statutes. With respect to her FCPA practice, Ms. Bateman regularly conducts due diligence investigations of current and prospective business partners, distributors, agents, and acquisition targets in the United States, Europe, and Asia, with evaluations of the anti-corruption risks associated with potential mergers, acquisitions, and joint ventures. Additionally, Ms. Bateman develops effective anti-corruption corporate policies and procedures for a variety of clients.

Ms. Bateman’s broader commercial disputes practice includes fact investigation, managing e-Discovery teams and complex document collections and productions, motion practice, and drafting pre and post-trial filings. Within the insurance coverage area, Ms. Bateman represents policyholders in insurance coverage disputes seeking coverage under commercial general liability policies, directors and officers policies, umbrella and excess policies, and Bermuda form policies. Ms. Bateman pursues and obtains insurance recoveries for government investigations and regulatory proceedings.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Meredith D. Bateman