Pamela J. Marple is the Administrative Shareholder for the Washington, D.C. office and head of the firm’s D.C. Litigation group. For 30 years, her practice has focused on regulatory and commercial litigation, criminal and civil government investigations, including congressional investigations, and corporate internal investigations and compliance. Ms. Marple has litigated cases and managed responses to government investigations before a broad range of courts and agencies, as a trial attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice, a senior investigative counsel for Congress, and a commercial litigation partner in private practice. Ms. Marple also counsels companies on compliance matters, including those related to Multilateral Development Banks, recently serving for three years as a Corporate Monitor for a World Bank resolution process. Based on her broad experience, Ms. Marple provides strategic responses to corporations and individuals involved in government inquiries, corporate investigations, and complex litigation.
- Antitrust and trade regulation
- Banking and financial services litigation
- Commercial litigation
- Securities litigation and regulatory enforcement
- White collar defense, regulatory investigations and litigation