is an associate in Clifford Chance’s US litigation and dispute resolution practice. He represents commercial clients and individuals in an array of cross-border criminal and regulatory investigations, specialising in antitrust, data privacy, and corruption issues. Brian also advises on these areas in the context of mergers and acquisitions, representing clients in a range of cross-border transactions. His experience includes counselling clients before the US Department of Justice, the New York Department of Financial Services, and various other state, federal, and foreign regulators, as well as in private party litigation.
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