White-Collar Defense

Government enforcement is becoming increasingly aggressive. 

Gray Reed’s White-Collar Defense Practice Group represents individuals and corporations, both domestic and international, in all facets of government inquiries, including internal investigations, federal and state administrative investigations, grand jury investigations, trial, and appeal. We help our clients pre-empt, resolve or mitigate the impact of government investigations and enforcement actions, with a primary objective of the prevention of government investigations through effective compliance programs and internal safeguards.

Clients regularly look to our team for guidance on criminal, civil and administrative investigations and enforcement actions, internal investigations, establishing and implementing compliance programs and risk analysis for corporate transactions. Being a full-service law firm, our white-collar defense team is able to draw on the expertise of other firm practice areas, including healthcare lawsecurities, banking & finance, and tax.

Our attorneys regularly represent and counsel clients on matters including:

Why Clients Feel at Home at Gray Reed

Your experience with our white-collar defense attorneys will be fully aligned with your goals and objectives and tailored specifically to how you want to do business with us. Our lawyers are adaptable and nimble – you will never be forced into a box that doesn’t fit your opportunity or problem, or your needs and desires. Whether we are your longtime advisor or you are coming to us in the midst of an unexpected government investigation, we will partner with you to navigate your challenges. 


Thought Leadership / News
January 23, 2020 
 Speeches and Presentations

Healthcare Financial Management Association - Lone Star Winter Conference

October 18, 2019 
 Speeches and Presentations
Good Cop/Bad Cop: Dealing with Law Enforcement

National Association of Federal Equity Receivers Annual Conference

July 29, 2019 
 In the News

Texas Lawbook (subscription required)

July 29, 2019 
 In the News

Texas Lawyer (subscription required)

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