Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP
80 Pine Street
New York, NY 10005-1702
Brockton B. Bosson is a member of Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP's Corporate Governance & Investigations and Litigation practice groups. He serves as co-chair of the Firm’s Pro Bono Committee.
Brock is an advisor to global companies and their officers, directors, and board committees, focusing on internal investigations, compliance counseling, white-collar defense, and securities litigation. He regularly represents clients before government agencies in criminal and regulatory investigations and enforcement actions relating to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, securities fraud, financial integrity, trade sanctions, anti-money laundering, and corporate social responsibility matters. He also has extensive experience conducting internal investigations and assisting both multinational companies and governmental agencies in assessing and enhancing their regulatory compliance programs. He frequently conducts anti-corruption compliance due diligence for companies engaging in mergers & acquisitions in jurisdictions with high corruption risk, and he advises clients in designing and implementing post-acquisition compliance integration plans. Brock’s investigations and work in compliance counseling have covered issues in over 35 countries and across a range of industries, including financial services, retail, oil & gas, life sciences, consumer goods, real estate, automotive, and aviation. Brock is recommended as a corporate investigations and white-collar criminal defense lawyer by The Legal 500.
Before joining Cahill, Brock investigated and prosecuted a range of criminal matters while serving as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney and military prosecutor in the U.S. Army. He also served as a legal advisor for combat operations and contingency planning, and he was frequently the U.S. government’s primary representative, negotiator, or compliance inspector on matters of international law at events throughout the Middle East.
In 2014, Brock founded Cahill’s Veterans’ New Business Initiative, through which he and many other Cahill attorneys provide pro bono representation and advice to military veterans who are in the early stages of starting small businesses.
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
Corporate Social Responsibility and Responsible Sourcing
Other Compliance Advisory Work
Anti-Money Laundering and Trade Sanctions
Securities, Accounting, and Consumer Fraud