Gretchen L. Gurstelle

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Gretchen guides clients through all stages of federal and state civil, criminal, and regulatory proceedings, from responding to government subpoenas and conducting internal investigations to negotiating with government representatives and litigating any resulting claims or charges. Her practice also focuses on complex civil litigation. Gretchen has represented clients in contract disputes, insurance coverage disputes, and False Claims Act cases. Her white-collar experience includes representing clients facing federal money laundering charges, allegations of federal mail and wire fraud, tax fraud, health care fraud, mortgage fraud, theft, and embezzlement.

Latest Articles

Former Bankers Allegedly Concealed “Master of Kickbacks” from Internal Compliance Department A detailed indictment unsealed on January 3 in the Eastern District of New York alleges that former Credit Suisse bankers, a Lebanese businessman, and former top officials in Mozambique, including the former Minister of Finance, participated in a $2 billion corruption, fraud and money laundering scheme (“the Indictment”). The defendants, including three former members of Credit Suisse’s Global Financing Group, face charges of conspiracy…
Happy New Year! But while 2018 is still (just barely) with us, let’s take a look back. 2018 has been a very busy year in the world of money laundering and AML/BSA. We are highlighting 12 of our most-read blog posts, which address many of the key issues we’ve examined this year. The Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive: Extending the Scope of the European Union’s Regulatory Authority to Virtual Currency Transactions FinCEN’s Beneficial Ownership Rule: More Practical Tips and