Thomas Slattery is an associate in the Litigation Practice Group. He focuses on internal corporate investigations and compliance matters.
A member of the firm’s corporate compliance and white collar defense team, Tom helps conduct internal corporate investigations for publicly traded and private companies. He has experience investigating allegations of insider self-dealing and international bribery in violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, as well as experience representing Special Litigation Committees examining shareholders’ derivative claims. He has additional experience in federal Ponzi receiverships defending financial institutions against receivers’ claims of third-party liability.
Tom also represents clients in trade matters including antidumping/countervailing duties (AD/CVD), prior disclosures, tariff issues, relief from customs penalties, and sanctions programs. In 2018, he was the lead associate on a team which convinced the United States Trade Representative (USTR) to remove two products from the final list of Section 301 Tariffs against China—altogether the USTR received more than 6,000 comments from the public on the tariffs, but only eliminated 286 products from its initial list of 6,031.
Prior to joining Jones Walker, Tom was an economic development legal fellow with the International Senior Lawyers Project in New York, where he worked with organizations and governments in Asia, Africa, and Central America, including the East African Court of Justice and the Malawi Anti-Corruption Bureau.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Thomas Eamon Slattery