Dalal Hasan

 Counsel Los Angeles
Phone: +1 213.310.7994
515 South Flower St., 40th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90071-2201

Dalal Hasan is a counsel in Crowell & Moring’s White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group and a member of the firm’s Investigation Practice and E-Discovery & Informational Management groups. Her practice involves counseling and representation of corporate and individual clients in all phases of white collar criminal and related civil matters, including: internal investigations, federal grand jury investigations, inspector general investigations, litigation, and criminal proceedings.

Dalal has represented multi-national corporations and senior executives across a wide range of industries in an array of government investigations and enforcement actions alleging financial fraud, foreign bribery, procurement integrity, and health care fraud. She has extensive experience managing cross-border matters involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), anti-money laundering (AML) laws, and U.S. sanctions, as well as in domestic matters involving the Federal False Claims Act (FCA), procurement fraud, and making false statements.

Dalal also provides related risk assessment, compliance counseling, training, and transactional advice to multi-national corporations and financial institutions, including conducting third party due diligence reviews, commercial contract reviews, and counseling clients on establishing, enforcing, and maintaining a variety of related compliance programs.

Ms. Hasan’s experience in e-discovery includes counseling clients on electronic discovery issues in the context of internal and government investigations, including the use of technology-assisted review and computer forensics as investigative tools, navigating data privacy issues in cross-border investigations, and negotiating with government investigators concerning the preservation, processing and production of electronically stored information.

Representative Engagements

  • Former global energy company’s regional subsidiary president in a U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) criminal investigation involving alleged FCPA and money laundering violations.
  • International financial institution in connection with a DOJ investigation of money laundering and kleptocracy.
  • Fortune 100 transportation company in connection with a DOJ parallel civil and criminal investigation involving FCA allegations.
  • Private equity financial services clients in connection with a civil FCA investigation commenced by the U.S. Small Business Administration relating to investments in a government contracting company.
  • Former Chief Compliance Officer of a financial institution in relation to DOJ- Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section (MLARs) investigation relating to alleged anti-money laundering compliance program failures.
  • Former senior executive of regional financial institutions in the Middle East in matter involving alleged U.S. sanctions violations being investigated by DOJ, the Department of Treasury Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC), and bank regulators.
  • Health care payor in civil False Claims Act investigation.
  • Publicly traded technology company in connection with civil and criminal enforcement actions relating to government contracting disclosures and alleged FCA violations, which concluded with a civil settlement and lifting of a federal contracting suspension.
  • Aviation-industry company in an internal investigation and voluntary disclosure to the DOJ Criminal Division regarding potential violations of the FCPA and other federal offenses.
  • Subsidiary of a railroad company in an OIG-Department of Transportation investigation into potential false claims act and/or fraud allegations related to the supply of rail ties to a state-funded rail line; client avoided any criminal or civil charges.
  • Individual client in connection with criminal conspiracy charges through criminal sentencing; negotiated dispositions with the U.S. attorney (USAO) that substantially limited the client's exposure, and guided client through cooperation role in related prosecutions.
  • Advised clients on FCPA, U.K. Bribery Act, and AML transactional due diligence and compliance related to joint venture, consultant, and local representative agreements with Middle East business partners.
  • Advised global retailer on anti-money laundering and sanctions compliance risk assessment.


Admitted to practice: District of Columbia, California

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