Judge Blocks Subpoena Against Sidley Austin
October 20, 2014 — Global Investigations Review
Washington, D.C.-based White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group partner, Philip T. Inglima, speaks to Global Investigations Review regarding his experience with subpoenas being blocked by a judge, even when it appears that all the appropriate steps have been taken to avoid a waiver or broad disclosure of the privileged materials. "These types of subpoena requests are becoming routine now, so companies are having to be ever more careful in making disclosures or presenting evidence to the DOJ so as not to waive attorney-client privilege and work product protection," states Inglima. "Delivering limited presentations orally is one way of reducing the risk."
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.
Q&A With Crowell's Phil Inglima
April 19, 2013 — Law360
Phil Inglima, partner in the firm's White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group and resident of the Washington, D.C. office, tells Law360 why he is concerned about the shrinking pardon power of the president, and about how his mentor helped him become the lawyer he is today in Law360's "Practice Leader Q&A."
Abramoff Prosecutor Shuns Spotlight
January 9, 2006 — Legal Times
White Collar & Securities Litigation partner Philip T. Inglima is quoted regarding his former Office of Indpendent Counsel colleagues, the Department of Justice's Mary Butler. Inglima represents Shawn Vasell, a former Abramoff colleague, in the investigation.
Crowell & Moring Hires New Partner
December 2005 — Washington Post
The Washington Post featured Philip T. Inglima's arrival to Crowell & Moring as a partner in the White Collar & Securities Litigation Group. He has practiced white-collar criminal law for more than 15 years and has represented executives from companies including the Enron Corporation.