Portrait of Janet Levine
Named as a "Litigation Trailblazer & Pioneer" in 2014 by the National Law Journal for her work related to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).
Janet Levine, Partner Los Angeles
jlevine@crowell.com
Phone: +1 213.443.5583
515 South Flower St., 40th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90071

Janet Levine is a partner in Crowell & Moring's Los Angeles office and chair of the firm's Trial Practice. She is a trial and appellate attorney, with extensive experience in securities, health care, and tax fraud and all manner of public corruption matters. She has represented corporations, politicians, judges, directors, officers, and executives and licensed professionals in myriad industries, providing defenses against allegations of wrongdoing. Ms. Levine brings extensive trial, grand jury, and pretrial experience, as well as extensive pre-filing resolutions of difficult and sensitive matters, including litigating grand jury matters.

Ms. Levine is one of the few lawyers to ever try a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) case. After a trial lasting over five weeks, she obtained a dismissal with prejudice of all charges against her client based on prosecutorial misconduct (United States v. Aguilar, 10-1031(A)-AHM, U.S. District Court, Central District of California).

Ms. Levine is a past chair of the American Bar Association's Criminal Justice Section and is also a member of the Criminal Justice Section Executive Committee and Council, the Section's policy-making and advisory board. She is a past chair of the American Bar Association's White Collar Crime Committee and a past chair of the American Bar Association's West Coast Regional Subcommittee on White Collar Crime. She is also a past president of the Los Angeles Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. Ms. Levine has served as a delegate to the Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference.

Ms. Levine is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. In July 2009, she received the Charles R. English Award, presented each year by the Criminal Justice Section of the American Bar Association to a member of the section who has distinguished themselves in the field of criminal justice. She is recognized by many publications as being among the best lawyers in the white-collar crime arena, including being named one of the best white collar criminal defense lawyers in California by Chambers USA, who describes her as "an exemplary lawyer who is intelligent, extremely hard-working and meticulous," "very talented," and "one of the best criminal defense lawyers you could ever find." In 2014, she was selected as one of The National Law Journal's "Litigation Trailblazers and Pioneers." Ms. Levine has also been named one of the Top 10 Southern California Super Lawyers and has been included for many years as one of the top 100 lawyers in Southern California by Los Angeles Magazine. She was listed as among the "Best in the West" lawyers for business crime matters by California Lawyer and is consistently named one of the top women litigators in California, according to the Los Angeles Daily Journal. She has also appeared in multiple editions of the "Best Lawyers in America." In 2015, she was featured in Global Investigations Review's Women in Investigations.

In 2012, Ms. Levine also received the California Lawyer Attorney of the Year (CLAY) award in the "criminal law" category for her work in the landmark Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) case, the first trial and conviction of a corporation in an FCPA prosecution. In a stunning reversal for her client, Lindsey Manufacturing's CFO, Steven Lee, the federal judge in the case found a pattern of serious prosecutorial misconduct and threw out Lee's conviction before sentencing.

In 2012 Ms. Levine also received the inaugural White Collar Criminal Defense Award from the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and was named Defense Counsel of the Year by Loyola Law School. She was also chosen to be profiled in 2012 as one of ten "Top Female Trial Attorneys" by Law360.

In 2006, Ms. Levine and John Vandevelde received CLAY awards for their representation of accused double-agent Katrina Leung. After a widely publicized legal battle, they obtained a dismissal of all charges based on prosecutorial misconduct. They then negotiated a global resolution of all criminal and tax matters, no additional time in custody, and the return of most of the client's seized assets. Ms. Levine also received the Los Angeles County Bar Association Criminal Justice Section's 2006 Defense Attorney of the Year award.

After graduating from law school, Ms. Levine served as law clerk to the Honorable Arthur L. Alarcon, United States Circuit Judge, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and as a Deputy Federal Public Defender, where she represented indigent defendants charged with a variety of federal crimes. She received her undergraduate degree with honors in 1977 from the University of California at Los Angeles and her law degree in 1980 from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, where she graduated summa cum laude and was an editor of the Loyola Law Review. Before joining Crowell & Moring, Ms. Levine was a partner in the Los Angeles firm Lightfoot Vandevelde Sadowsky Crouchley Rutherford & Levine LLP.



Affiliations

Admitted to practice: California, U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California



Speeches & Presentations

  • "The Fourth Amendment in the Digital Age," Breaking Developments in Criminal Practice, ABA Criminal Justice Section Spring CLE, San Antonio, TX (May 15, 2015). Speaker: Janet Levine.
  • "White Collar Crime: Whistle Blowers, FCPA, Cybercrime & More," Loyola Law School – Fidler Institute on Criminal Justice, Los Angeles, CA (April 17, 2015). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "Charging and Bail, and Cross Examination," NACDL White Collar Criminal Defense College at Stetson Boot Camp Program, Gulfport, Fl (March 14-15, 2015). Instructor: Janet Levine.
  • "An Evening with Wall Street’s Top Cop: U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Preet Bharara," Association of Business Trial Lawyers, Los Angeles, CA (November 11, 2014). Moderator: Jason C. Murray; Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "Global Developments in Anti-Bribery Compliance, Investigations and Enforcement," ABA International White Collar Crime Institute, London, UK (October 13, 2014). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "Doing Deals in and With Emerging Markets: BRICs and Beyond 2014, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Enforcement," Practicing Law Institute, New York, NY (July 10, 2014). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "Legal Professional Privilege In An Uncertain World: Protecting Confidential Communications and Work Product In Multijurisdictional Investigations," International Bar Association 17th Transnational Crime Conference, Istanbul, Turkey (April 2-4, 2014). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "Knock, Knock. A Dozen Federal Agents Are In My Lobby At The Receptionist’s Desk With A Search Warrant, And They Want To Talk To Me. What Do I Do?" Beverly Hills Bar Association, Beverly Hills, CA (March 13, 2014). Speaker: Janet Levine.
  • "Going to Trial," Eighth Annual National Institute on Securities Fraud, New Orleans, LA (October 24-25, 2013). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "Beyond Cultural Boundaries: Welcoming Diversity into our Courtrooms," American Bar Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA (August 9, 2013). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "California Society of CPA's Forensic Services Joint Section," Los Angeles, CA (May 22, 2013). Speaker: Janet Levine.
  • "Super Direct-and Cross-Examination: Demonstrations from White Collar Trial Masters of the ABA Criminal Justice Section and Florida Bar Association," ABA Criminal Justice Section 2013 CJS Spring Conference, Boca Raton, FL (May 10, 2013). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "From Corruption to Clarity, Scandals to Solutions: Using Law and PR to Solve Your Clients Corruption Crisis," ABA Section of International Law Spring Meeting, Washington, D.C. (April 24, 2013). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "Litigating FCPA Cases: Prosecution and Defense Strategies," 27th Annual National Institute on White Collar Crime (March 6-8, 2013). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "The DOJ/SEC Resource Guide on the FCPA: Considerations for Government Contractors," L2 Federal Resources Webinar (January 17, 2013). Presenters: Alan W. H. Gourley, Stephen M. Byers, Janet Levine, and Kelly T. Currie.
  • "Representing the Small Corporation and Individuals and Going To Trial," 2nd Annual NACDL White Collar Criminal Defense College at Stetson University College of Law (January 9-13, 2013). Speaker: Janet Levine.
  • "Inside the Defense of the Lindsey Manufacturing, Africa Sting, and O'Shea Prosecutions: What Recent Cases Reveal About the Future of FCPA Enforcement against Individuals," American Conference Institute 15th FCPA Boot Camp (June 26-27, 2012). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "Caipirinhas and Corruption," International Bar Association Conference – 15th Transnational Crime Conference (June 14-16, 2012). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "Dealing With an Unethical Prosecution: Fighting Back…and Winning!," National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, NACDL's 2nd Annual West Coast White Collar Seminar, "Turning the Tables on the Government" (June 7-8, 2012). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "The Future of White Collar Prosecutions: Challenges for Both Sides of the Bar," Landers Memorial Lecture: Roundtable on Prosecutorial Ethics, Fidler Institute on Criminal Justice, Loyola Law School (April 20, 2012). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "What Every Southern California Business Should Know About Government Regulations and Enforcement in 2012," Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC), Southern California Chapter, MCLE Program (March 21, 2012). Presenters: Janet Levine, Christopher K. Lui, Angela B. Styles, and Mark R. Troy.
  • "Self Report? Or Roll the Dice?" Sixth Annual National Institute on Securities Fraud, New Orleans, LA (November 3-4, 2011). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "Hot Topics in International Complex Criminal Investigations," 14th Annual Transnational Crime Conference, Amsterdam (June 9-11, 2011). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "Ponzi Schemes - When There is Nothing There," 25th Annual National Institute on White Collar Crime, San Diego, CA (March 2-4, 2011). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "Discussion of Honest Services Mail Fraud Legislation," Town Hall Meeting on the State of White Collar Crime, American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section Fall Meeting, Washington D.C. (November 4-7, 2010). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "Sentencing Advocacy for the 21st Century," Third Annual Sentencing and Reentry Institute and Criminal Justice Legal Educators Colloquium, American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section Fall Meeting, Washington D.C. (November 4-7, 2010). Moderator: Janet Levine.
  • "Sentencing Guidelines in a Securities Fraud Case: Ouch," American Bar Association’s Fifth Annual National Institute on Securities Fraud, New Orleans, LA (October 7 & 8, 2010). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "DOJ on Line One, WSJ on Line Two: How to Make the Right Calls in the Worst Case Scenario," Association of Corporate Counsel, Southern California Chapter, August ACCess MCLE program (August 2010). Presenters: Kelly Currie, Michael Cypers, Janet Levine, Jeff Rutherford, Mark Troy, and Katie Balderrama.
  • "How Technology is Changing the Law," The Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA (March 15, 2010). Presenter: Janet Levine.
  • "Obstruction of Justice and Making False Statements: Where the Cover-Up is Worse than the Crime," American Bar Association's 24th Annual Institute on White Collar Crime, Miami, FL (February 24, 2010). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "Sentencing Mitigation and Advocacy: Crafting and Presenting a Sufficient Sentence," The American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section 2009 Fall Conference (November 6, 2009). Presenter: Janet Levine.
  • "Practical Advice for Defending a Securities Fraud Prosecution or Enforcement Action," Fourth Annual National Institute on Securities Fraud (October 15-16, 2009). Panelist: Janet Levine.
  • "Sentencing Advocacy in White Collar Cases," National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers 2009 Annual Meeting, Boston, MA (August 5-9, 2009). Panel Participant: Janet I. Levine.
  • "Representing the Individual," National Institute on Internal Corporate Investigations and In-House Council, presented by the American Bar Association, Washington, D.C. (May 6-8, 2009). Moderator: Janet I. Levine.
  • "Political Corruption Prosecutions: From City Hall to the Halls of Congress: How are Political Corruption Cases Investigated, Prosecuted and Defended?," Fidler Institute on Criminal Justice, reception for Los Angeles Superior Court Judges, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, CA (May 1, 2009). Panel Participant: Janet I. Levine.


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In the News

  • Women in Investigations 2015
    March 2015 — Global Investigations Review

    Los Angeles-based White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group partner, Janet Levine, is featured as one of Global Investigations Review's 2015 Women in Investigations. This spotlight story highlights women from all over the globe that are making waves in the high-powered field of investigations. Levine touches on what she likes most about her role as chair of the firm's trial practice stating, "In investigations, sometimes discovering that things aren't as bad as feared and other times helping clients solve today's problems and prevent tomorrow's."


  • 2014 Litigation Trailblazers & Pioneers
    December 2014 — National Law Journal

    Janet Levine, a Los Angeles-based White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group partner, is featured as one of National Law Journal's "2014 Litigation Trailblazers & Pioneers." The article shines a light on Levine's white collar defense work and some of the extremely high-profile cases she has handled. When discussing her thoughts regarding the future of her area of focus, Levine explains that white collar is here to stay as, "It's part of our criminal justice system now to have fraud allegations dealt with in the criminal system."


  • Defense Attorneys Say Government's Videotaped Interrogation Policy Falls Short
    July 23, 2014 — The Daily Journal

    Los Angeles-based White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group partner, Janet Levine, speaks to The Daily Journal about the Justice Department's recent announcement requesting federal law enforcement agents videotape their interrogations. "I think it takes away a defense tool, which was to attack the credibility of the agents through their failure to use modern equipment and statements that might be less than accurate," said Levine. "On the other hand, in some cases it keeps law enforcement in line from exaggerating what was said in a statement."


  • Lawyers React To Supreme Court's Cellphone Search Ruling
    June 25, 2014 — Appellate, Privacy, Technology, and White Collar Law360

    Los Angeles-based White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement partner and chair of the firm's Trial Practice, Janet Levine, tells Law360 the significance of the decision made by the Supreme Court on June 25 which states that in most circumstances law enforcement officers cannot search information on a detained suspect's cellphone without a warrant. Specifically, Levine says, "In an unexpectedly sweeping opinion, a nearly united Supreme Court recognized the Fourth Amendment's protection for digital privacy. Chief Justice Roberts' opinion is grounded on the Founders' abhorrence of general warrants and unparticularized intrusions into our private lives. It highlights the pervasiveness of cell-phone — 'minicomputer' — use, as well as the volume and breadth of data, current and historical, accessible through such devices. Continuing the sea-change started with Justice Sotomayor's concurrence in Jones, and citing to John Adams, the court voices deep concern about providing law enforcement warrantless windows into our lives, and skepticism about the government's officer-safety and risk-of-evidence-destruction rationales. Recognizing the revolutionary nature of modern technology, the court affirms that cell phones are different and tells the government the answer to its concerns is 'simple' — get a warrant."


  • A Rising Star In The Windy City: Judge Amy St. Eve
    June 3, 2014 — Law360

    Los Angeles-based White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group partner, Janet Levine, spoke with Law360 for the publication's "In Chambers" profile on Judge Amy St. Eve.


  • FCPA Powerhouse: Crowell & Moring
    May 29, 2013 — Law360

    Crowell & Moring's White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group has been named as one of Law360's 10 "FCPA Powerhouses" for its prowess handling Foreign Corrupt Practice Act (FCPA) matters. The Law360 editors noted, "With Foreign Corrupt Practices Act experience tracing back to the firm's founding in the late 1970s, Crowell & Moring LLP has continued to make its mark in the arena, recently guiding Ralph Lauren Corp. and a Lindsey Manufacturing Co. Executive to successful outcomes in FCPA cases." The factors considered in selecting the winners included the number of attorneys at the firm working on FCPA matters and contributions to this developing area of law, including working on landmark FCPA cases, as well as client representations and outcomes.


  • White Collar MVP: Crowell & Moring's Janet Levine
    December 12, 2012 — Law360

    Los Angeles-based partner and chair of the firm’s White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement practice, Janet Levine has been named as a Law360 White Collar MVP for 2012. She is featured for successfully fending off the first Foreign Corrupt Practices Act prosecution of a corporation to go to a jury, and successfully defending a CFO in a corruption case that ended in the conviction of the company and its CEO, among other highlights.


  • Top Female Trial Attorney: Crowell & Moring's Janet Levine
    May 14, 2012 — Law360

    Los Angeles-based chair of Crowell & Moring's White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group, Janet Levine, is one of only 15 attorneys featured in Law360's "Top Female Trial Attorneys" ranking.

    According to the article, "Levine has emerged as an industry powerhouse, conquering what once was much more of a boys' club. She chairs Crowell & Moring's White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group, and formerly chaired the American Bar Association's white-collar committee. She now heads up the ABA's entire criminal justice section."

    Levine is also a team player as noted by fellow Crowell & Moring white collar partner Jeffrey H. Rutherford who was also quoted in the article, "The long hours spent preparing, the time that she gives to me and other people to brainstorm and think through cases, the strategizing that goes on just among lawyers," said Rutherford, who was recruited to Lightfoot Vandevelde by Levine. "It's the stuff that not a lot of other people get to see, where she really excels."


  • White Collar Group Of The Year: Crowell & Moring
    January 19, 2012 — White Collar Law360

    Los Angeles-based White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group chair Janet Levine speaks to Law360 about the strength of Crowell & Moring’s White Collar & Regulatory Group and its recent successes.

    According to Levine, "I think what we do in white collar is so integral to what the firm does generally that building the firm requires an integrated white collar and regulatory group." She added that the firm has strong focuses in the areas of government contracts, antitrust, health care and environmental law. "You can't have those practices without having people in the firm who are experienced and focused on the potential white collar and criminal aspects. I think the firm recognizes how integral we are to what we are all focused on."

  • Litigators of the Week: Jan Handzlik of Venable and Janet Levine of Crowell & Moring
    December 1, 2011 — AmLaw Litigation Daily

    Los Angeles-based chair of Crowell & Moring’s White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group, Janet Levine, is featured in the American Lawyer Litigation Daily‘s “Litigators of the Week” for her success in vindicating Lindsey Manufacturing Chief Financial Officer by vacating previous convictions and winning complete dismissal of the indictment based on prosecutorial misconduct. The case had been the first-ever trial against a corporate defendant charged under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).

    According to the article, Levine said “that her client and colleagues were thrilled that the judge had been willing to consider the government's actions over the entire course of the prosecution and ultimately ‘vindicate justice.’”

  • DOJ Went 'Badly Awry' In Lindsey FCPA Case: Judge
    December 1, 2011 — White Collar Law360

    Los Angeles-based chair of Crowell & Moring’s White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group, Janet Levine, is featured in Law360 for her role in successfully defending Lindsey Manufacturing Co. Chief Financial Officer Steve Lee against Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) allegations.
  • "Top 100 Women Litigators" Profile: Janet Levine
    May 11, 2011 — Los Angeles Daily Journal

    Los Angeles-based partner and chair of the firm's White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group Janet Levine has been named to the 2011 Daily Journal list of "Top Women Litigators."

    As chair-elect of the American Bar Association’s criminal justice section, Levine's work includes forming a task force that will subsequently develop national standards for electronically stored information in criminal cases.

    According to Levine, "Unlike the civil arena, there are no criminal ESI standards… But the volume of information is, like in civil cases, huge. The costs and complexities of subpoena compliance are overwhelming…Document preservation is crucial, with the concern, unique in criminal cases, that mishandling forensic collection and preservation of ESI could be constructed by law enforcement as an obstruction of justice."

  • Q&A with White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group Chair Janet Levine
    October 18, 2010 — White Collar Law360

    Crowell & Moring LLP Los Angeles office partner and chair of the White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group, Janet Levine, discusses her practice and insights into white collar legal trends. She also dishes out advice for new lawyers, saying, "First and foremost is always doing excellent work. Each and every engagement is important, and there is no substitute for excellent work. Second, become knowledgeable in the area. Read the important new decisions and follow the important investigations and prosecutions — even if you don't have a case that is directly related at the time."

  • Conference Reports: Federal Prosecutors Promise Tough Enforcement, Encourage Cooperation As Defense Attorneys Gather for Annual ABA White Collar Crime Institute
    March 12, 2010 — BNA's White Collar Crime Report

    Janet Levine, Los Angeles-based partner with Crowell & Moring LLP and chair of the firm’s White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group, was featured as a panalists in BNA’s coverage of the American Bar Association’s 24th annual National Institute on White Collar Crime. Levine spoke during a session on obstruction-of-justice cases and talked about the need to warn clients as early as possible against trying to deceive employers during corporate internal investigations. According to Levin, “some U.S. attorneys offices have brought obstruction charges against employees who gave statements to employers before the government even began an investigation. Federal prosecutors bring those counts on the theory that the employee should have known his or her statement would be shared with prosecutors.” She called it the “broadest interpretation” of the statute’s “knowingly” element. “Clients aren’t used to thinking that what they say to their boss is going to put them in jail,” she said.

  • U.S. Attorney the Latest Prize in Competition to Build White-Collar Practices in L.A.
    August 11, 2009 — National Law Journal and The Recorder

    Janet Levine, Los Angeles-based Crowell & Moring LLP partner and member of the firm’s White Collar & Securities Litigation Group, is featured in the National Law Journal for a piece on the growth of white collar practices in Los Angeles. According to Levine, "White-collar practices have grown steadily in Los Angeles in recent years, particularly as prosecutions under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act - mostly involving the Asia-Pacific region - have ramped up." She also discusses the fact that this growth is due to Los Angeles being, "one of the biggest U.S. attorney's offices in the country, so one would expect an increasing amount of prosecutions and investigations out of this area." 

  • Corporate Crime Defense Bar in Unison: More Prosecutions Are on the Way
    February 19, 2009 — Corporate Crime Reporter

    Crowell & Moring LLP White Collar and Securities Litigation Group co-chair Thomas A. Hanusik and partner Janet Levine are featured for their comments on the outcome of a recent Corporate Crime Reporter survey on corporate crime prosecutions under Eric Holder and the new administration. The recent survey suggests that there will be an increase in corporate crime prosecutions.

    According to Hanusik, while tougher enforcement is undoubtedly in the offing, "a decrease in the use of deferred or non-prosecution agreements for institutional defendants seems unlikely. The government now has a stake in many of the institutions under scrutiny and it is not going to impose a corporate death penalty on entities that it just spent billions bailing out. Look for higher fines, stricter settlement terms and a continued increase in the use of corporate monitors."

    According to Levine, she "sees an uptick in pre-trial settlements. Individuals are the easiest targets of prosecutions and regulatory actions, and we can expect increased individual criminal prosecutions and regulatory actions. However, as the economy creates an increased incentive to find alternate resolutions for entities, so as to avoid a ‘killing the company’ scenario, we can expect to see continued, and perhaps increased, use of deferred prosecutions and creative resolutions."

  • D.C.'s Crowell & Moring Nabs L.A. White-Collar Boutique
    October 6, 2008 — Los Angeles Daily Journal

    On October 1, 2008, the lawyers of white collar law firm Lightfoot Vandevelde Sadowsky Crouchley Rutherford & Levine LLP joined Crowell & Moring, opening its Los Angeles office and boosting its ability to provide corporate and individual clients with top quality white collar litigation counsel in California. All seven of its lawyers and its entire staff joined Crowell & Moring to launch its new office. The news was featured in the Los Angeles Daily Journal, The Recorder, Securities Law360, Bloomberg News, National Law Journal, etc… 


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May.30.2012 Crowell & Moring's Janet Levine Recognized Among Daily Journal's "Top 100 Women Litigators" and Law360's "Top Female Trial Attorneys"
Feb.16.2012 Crowell & Moring's Janet Levine Recipient of California Lawyer's "Attorney of the Year" Award
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Jan.20.2011 Crowell & Moring's Janet Levine Selected as Chair-Elect of ABA's Criminal Justice Section
Sep.01.2010 Super Lawyers 2010 Recognizes 36 Crowell & Moring Attorneys
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Oct.06.2008 White Collar Firm Lightfoot Vandevelde Joins Crowell & Moring To Form Los Angeles Office
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