WASHINGTON, D.C., April 18, 2019 — Nicole Sprinzen, vice chair of Cozen O’Connor’s White Collar Defense & Investigations practice, has been named one of Law360’s 2019 Editorial Advisory Board members. The main purpose of the advisory board, according to Law360, is “to get feedback on Law360’s coverage and gain insight from experts in the field on how best to shape future coverage.”
Nicole focuses her practice on representing companies and individuals in criminal matters and parallel civil proceedings, as well as in internal investigations. Her practice includes advising clients in matters arising under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), U.S. anti-money laundering laws, and the securities and commodities laws, as well as in connection with federal procurement, mortgage, and bank fraud allegations.
An experienced trial lawyer, Nicole has tried federal and state cases in the District of Columbia and throughout the country involving a broad range of industries, including accounting, banking, securities, commodities trading, health care, construction, government contracting, and the student loan industry. Her practice includes handling False Claims Act and other civil litigation matters, including civil forfeiture, shareholder class action, securities fraud, and breach of contract cases.
Prior to joining Cozen O’Connor, Nicole served as a prosecutor with the U.S. Department of Justice, Criminal Division, Fraud Section, where she prosecuted FCPA, securities and commodities, procurement, and health care fraud cases, as well as cases involving fraud against the Export-Import Bank of the United States.
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