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John Warren

Senior Associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

New York, United States

About Me

I am a Senior Associate in Freshfields' litigation and global investigations practice groups based in Washington, D.C. My practice is focused on multi-jurisdictional investigations, white-collar criminal defense, and complex litigation. 

I have extensive experience counseling companies on the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and effective global anti-bribery, sanctions, and cyber-security policies and strategies. I also have significant experience conducting investigations and risk-based due diligence for companies and transactions in Asia after spending 18 months working in Freshfields' Hong Kong office from 2012-2013. 

I also have significant experience in all aspects and phases of multi-jurisdictional litigation, from pre-complaint investigation through discovery, motions practice, trial, and appeal.

My recent experience includes:

•representing a major US investment bank in worldwide investigations into allegations of a conspiracy to manipulate inter-bank interest rates;

•representing a global investment bank in a worldwide internal review of FX trading and benchmark setting;

•representing a major international financial institution in connection with a civil US False Claims Act litigation in federal district court;

•representing a Fortune 500 oil and gas company in a global investigation focused on allegations involving US bribery, sanctions, and securities laws;

•defending companies in connection with bribery and corruption investigations by the World Bank;

•developing and implementing a comprehensive FCPA due diligence plan on a mainland Chinese target in connection with a major acquisition;

•defending a large international airline in connection with antitrust litigation aspects of a recent merger; and

•carrying out FCPA and AML due diligence for a major US financial institution in connection with a possible investment in Vietnam.

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