Angela Papalaskaris is a partner in the Firm's White Collar Defense, Investigations & Compliance Practice Group. She focuses on a broad range of sensitive matters, with particular attention on internal investigations, SEC regulatory defense matters, and DOJ and other cross-border government inquiries and enforcement actions. She has extensive experience in FCPA and anticorruption matters. Over the span of her career, Angela has advised a wide variety of foreign and domestic clients, including public corporations, privately held companies, board committees, and individual executives in high-stakes matters relating to the FCPA, OFAC sanctions, and insider trading, as well as securities, accounting, healthcare, and financial fraud. She frequently counsels clients in connection with whistleblower allegations, crisis management, compliance, and corporate governance matters. Angela also has substantial experience in litigating and defending her clients in the complex cases that typically follow and stem from government allegations of fraud. In 2013, Angela was part of the team that successfully defended Mark Cuban, prevailing on all charges, after a three-week trial in a high-profile insider trading case brought by the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission.