Dechert (Chicago)

Jay Schleppenbach

Dechert (Chicago)

Jay Schleppenbach is counsel in Dechert’s Chicago office. Mr. Schleppenbach focuses his practice on white collar litigation and has worked on a wide variety of internal investigations, including matters involving complex accounting issues, alleged violations of U.S. securities laws and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. He has represented clients in responding to inquiries from a range of federal agencies, including the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Department of Justice Antitrust Division, the Illinois Inspector General and numerous United States Attorneys’ Offices nationwide. Mr. Schleppenbach has been successful in obtaining declinations of charges and favorable plea agreements for both major corporate clients and individuals. Mr. Schleppenbach is highly experienced in handling every phase of litigation matters, both in private practice and at the Illinois Attorney General’s Office, where he briefed and argued dozens of criminal appeals, including six before the Illinois Supreme Court. He is also well-versed in alternative dispute resolution.

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Andrew S. Boutros, Steven E. Bizar, Jay Schleppenbach The US District Court for the District of Colorado acquits a healthcare company and its CEO in a criminal trial on no-poach agreements (DaVita)


Criminal No-Poach Antitrust Defense Verdict* Key Takeaways Colorado federal jury acquitted a healthcare company and its former CEO of antitrust charges that they violated the Sherman Act by entering into agreements with other health care companies not to recruit each other’s employees. As an (...)

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