Joanne Oleksyk is an associate at Crowell & Moring's New York office in the firm's White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement and Commercial Litigation groups.
Joanne's white collar practice focuses on the representation of individuals and entities in the financial services sector in criminal, regulatory, and internal corporate investigations. Additionally, she has supported Partner Glen G. McGorty's court-appointed monitorship of the UBC-affiliated New York City and Vicinity District Council of Carpenters and its Benefit Funds.
In her commercial litigation practice, Joanne represents companies on a wide range of matters, including contract disputes and plaintiff’s recovery actions. Her practice additionally includes shareholder and employment litigation defense. Joanne is also active in the pro bono sphere, representing clients in family, immigration, and criminal proceedings.
Joanne earned her J.D. magna cum laude from Boston University School of Law, and received the Melville M. Bigelow Scholarship Award for promise as a scholar and teacher of the law. While in law school, she worked as a research assistant studying pension funds' participation in shareholder class actions and spent a semester in the legal department of a Fortune 500 company.
Admitted to practice: New York, Massachusetts
"United States v. Nosal: Keep Your Friends Close, but Your Passwords Even Closer," Crowell & Moring's Trade Secrets Trends
(July 18, 2016).
Authors: Stephen M. Byers, Mark Romeo, Preetha Chakrabarti, and Joanne Oleksyk.
"What's Missing From The SEC's Forum Selection Guidance," Law360
(May 21, 2015).
Authors: Thomas A. Hanusik, Janet Levine, Daniel L. Zelenko, and Joanne Oleksyk.
Client Alerts & Newsletters
"And Now the Carrots: DOJ Announces FCPA Self-Reporting Pilot Program,"
White Collar Alert
(April 6, 2016).
Contacts: Stephen M. Byers, Kelly T. Currie, Janet Levine, Thomas A. Hanusik, Alan W. H. Gourley, Joanne Oleksyk
"The SEC Issues Guidance on Forum Selection in Response to Home Court Advantage Critics,"
White Collar Alert
(May 12, 2015).
Contacts: Joanne Oleksyk, Janet Levine, Thomas A. Hanusik, Daniel L. Zelenko