Jonathan S. Kolodner’s practice focuses on white-collar criminal enforcement and regulatory matters as well as complex commercial litigation. He represents clients in investigations involving a range of misconduct, including foreign corruption, fraud, insider trading, money laundering, and antitrust offenses. He also advises companies on cybersecurity and data privacy issues, and counsels clients on best practices for anti-corruption and cyber-related compliance programs. Before joining Cleary Gottlieb, Jonathan was a prosecutor with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York from 2000 to 2012, where he served in numerous leadership positions and oversaw some of the highest-profile investigations and prosecutions in the country. He served as Acting Chief of the Criminal Division from October 2011 through January 2012. In that role, he supervised the Office’s more than 160 prosecutors in various matters including securities fraud, public corruption, cybercrime, terrorism and violent crimes.