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    Steve Huggard is Co-Chair of the White Collar/Internal Investigations Practice Group. He represents businesses and individuals in criminal and complex civil litigation, with a focus on white collar criminal defense and is experienced at conducting complex internal investigations, both in the United States and overseas. He regularly represents clients before the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Department of Justice. He also advises several publicly-traded companies on FCPA matters and has conducted training for those clients domestically and internationally. The Financial Times has commended Steve for his innovative legal work in defense of a client.

    After 17 years as a prosecutor with the Department of Justice, Steve applies his considerable experience to assisting corporations and executives with any government inquiries or internal investigations. Before joining the firm, Steve served for four years as Chief of the Public Corruption & Special Prosecutions Unit at the U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of Massachusetts, overseeing some of the most complex investigations in the office. He was one of the few Assistant United States Attorneys in Boston selected to work around the clock investigating the attacks of September 11. He also headed the federal inquiry into the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal. Prior to becoming Chief, he was part of the Economic Crimes Unit, where he prosecuted complex tax, health care fraud and investment fraud cases.

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