Covington & Burling (Washington)

Steven E. Fagell

Covington & Burling (Washington)

Steven Fagell is a partner at Covington & Burling based in Washington DC. He joined Covington & Burling in 2010. He represents companies, boards of directors, and senior executives in government enforcement matters, internal investigations, and shareholder litigation. He focuses on criminal and civil regulatory matters presenting complex legal, political, and reputational risks. He routinely represents clients before the US Department of Justice, Securities and Exchange Commission, and other law enforcement and regulatory agencies. Steven Fagell has advised clients in the life sciences, financial services, defense, technology, energy, and manufacturing industries on a variety of white collar matters, including those relating to foreign bribery, corporate whistleblowers, insider trading, accounting fraud, banking, government contracting, export controls, and transnational tax issues.

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Steven E. Fagell, Jennifer H. Saperstein, Nancy Kestenbaum, Thomas O. Barnett, Anne Y. Lee, Kate Patchen, Donald Ridings, Aaron Lewis, Benjamin Haley, Adam Studner, Ashley Nyquist, Kendra Mells Hood, Kyle Chow The US DoJ announces a new safe harbor policy for voluntary self-disclosures made in connection with mergers and acquisitions


DOJ Provides Further Voluntary Disclosure Incentives, This Time Linked to M&A Transactions, and Signals Other Areas of Focus What You Need to Know On October 4, 2023, Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco provided new and expanded policy guidance on corporate criminal enforcement, (...)

Steven E. Fagell, Thomas O. Barnett, Anne Y. Lee, Phillip H. Warren, Derek Ludwin, Ross A. Demain The US DoJ indicts the former owner of a healthcare staffing company for colluding to reduce employee wages (Neeraj Jindal)


On December 10th, the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice announced its first criminal indictment targeting an alleged conspiracy to reduce employee wages. The DOJ charged the former owner of a therapist staffing company with conspiring to reduce pay rates for healthcare (...)


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