With more than 30 years of trial experience, Gregory W. Kehoe has a national and international practice focusing on representation of individuals, corporations and financial institutions. This includes representation before federal and state courts as well as international tribunals. Mr. Kehoe recently represented General Ante Gotovina in his complete acquittal before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Mr. Kehoe also represented General Mohammed Hussein Ali before the International Criminal Court, which also led to a full dismissal on all charges.
Mr. Kehoe worked for the U.S. Department of Justice as a prosecutor for over 20 years with postings in the United States, Europe, Asia and South America. While serving as an Assistant U.S. Attorney, he was responsible for prosecuting a number of high profile cases involving financial institutions and corporate fraud allegations, as well as racketeering charges.
Mr. Kehoe also led the team of lawyers and investigators which advised the Iraqi Special Tribunal, an ad hoc court formed to prosecute Saddam Hussein and members of his former regime.
- White collar crime defense
- False Claims Act matters, including Qui Tam litigation
- International law
- Defense of complex financial crimes
- Complex civil litigation
- Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigations
- SEC investigations and litigation
- Criminal tax defense
- Health care fraud and abuse issues
- Class action defense
- Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) & Global Anti-Corruption