Represented high-level employees at three different Japanese auto parts manufacturing companies in a United States federal criminal antitrust investigation that has obtained guilty pleas from at least 32 companies and over $2.4 billion in fines.
Represented a witness in a multi-year DOJ and SEC parallel investigation into potential obstruction of justice and other potential criminal offenses following a major oil disaster.
Conducted internal investigation for national services company regarding billing practices and mismanagement of company's resources by local agents.
Represented former CEO of publicly traded health-care company at sentencing; obtained for client a sentence of 36 months imprisonment where the applicable Sentencing Guidelines range called for a minimum of 10 years' imprisonment.
Represented Internet poker website in federal prosecution of interstate gambling and money laundering; no criminal charges filed against client.
Represented several executives of two international banks in connection with federal investigations of possible violations of U.S. Treasury sanctions and State of New York law; no charges filed against any clients.
Represented executive of payment processing company who pleaded guilty to operating an unlicensed money-transmitting business servicing Internet gambling businesses; obtained for client a sentence of 36 months imprisonment where Court found that the applicable Sentencing Guidelines range was 108-135 months imprisonment.
Advised multinational gaming company on United States federal and state regulations related to online sweepstakes.
Represented a concert promoter in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia against Grammy-nominated rapper Wiz Khalifa, who claimed breach of contract, and over a million dollars, for the cancellation of a show by the promoter. Hayes, Fox and Brodey argued successfully to dismiss on grounds that no contract was ever formed.