On Friday, February 25, 2022, partner Simon Latcovich participated in a panel at the Stetson Business Law Review’s inaugural symposium titled “White Collar Crime: A Look into The Past, Present, and Future.” The conference addressed topics including white collar crime investigations, insider trading, prosecution and punishment of offenders, discovery issues, and ethical considerations that surround the white collar criminal practice.
Simon has broad experience representing clients in civil litigation, criminal litigation, government investigations, and internal investigations. He has represented corporations, professional firms, senior executives, and senior government officials facing trials or investigations conducted by grand juries, government agencies, and congressional committees. His clients include a former director of the Central Intelligence Agency, a United States Senator, the Chief Executive Officer of an international bank, and other senior executives and officials.
Along with two of his partners, Simon is the co-author of a treatise, Federal Criminal Discovery, published in 2011 with a second edition published in 2021. The American Bar Association describes the book as an “invaluable resource for judges, academics, prosecutors, and defense lawyers.” Simon has also taught Trial Practice and Federal White Collar Crime at Georgetown University Law Center. He was named to the Georgetown Law Board of Visitors in 2017.