Andrew Levine is a hearing partner who practices his practise on white-collar and regulatory defense, internal investigations and a comprehensive range of complex commercial litigation. He often defends companies in civil, criminal and regulatory enforcement matters and has led numerous investigations all over the world.
Levine often advises companies on compliance matters, with respect to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and the valuation and management of risks presented by possible acquisitions, mergers and other transactions.
In 2014, Mr. Levine was termed to Global Investigations Review’s inaugural “40 Under 40” grade of the world’s leading investigations lawyers, and he was known in 2013 as a Rising Star by the New York Law Journal.
Levine is suggested for white-collar litigation in The Legal 500 US from 2013 to 2017, where clients label him as “smart, approachable, collaborative and sharp in his advice. He is ranked as a foremost lawyer for FCPA by Chambers USA (2020), where consumers say he is “an astounding lawyer who is tremendously practical, to the point and very approachable.
He has also been definite as remarkably able and capable, and very realistic and hands-on. He is able to abstract and abbreviate quite quickly complex considerations and situations.
In 2020, Chambers Global and Chambers Latin America in 2021 where Mr Levine is suggested as a top-tier lawyer, he is defined as “very considerate and service-oriented lawyer,” “an inspiring and tireless thought leader” and “an awfully well-known figure worldwide.” In preceding editions of the leaders, he has been praised as “a reassuring presence in unrestrained times, a calm, capable and thorough practitioner and vivid, hard-working and attentive.
Clients are assumed to value his knowledge and his ability to shorten a complex situation into something comprehensible and manageable. Mr Levine is also categorized as a leading legal representative by The Legal 500 Latin America in 2021, where patrons describe him as a “superstar.” They note that he has a prosperity of experience, is tremendously coherent and he has an amazing analytical aptitude. Latin Lawyer notes Mr Levine’s considerable work in Latin America,” identifying him as one of the top lawyers lively on anti-corruption matters in the region.
Mr. Levine established his J.D. from Yale Law School
in 2002, where he was an elder editor of the Yale Law Journal and submissions
editor of the Yale Journal of International Law. He got his B.A. from Yale
College in 1997. From 1997 to 1999, Mr. Levine functioned as a management
adviser at McKinsey and Company, advising corporations and non-profit
organizations on matters of approach, operations and organization.
Mr. Levine is an associate of the Criminal Advocacy Committee of the New York City Bar Association and also a fellow of the Media Law Resource Center. He is a co-editor-in-chief of the firm’s regularly FCPA Update newsletter, and he assisted as guest editor of “Anti-Corruption Survey 2014,” available by the International Financial Law Review (IFLR), and another time as co-contributing executive editor of the Anti-Corruption Section of the Latin Lawyer Reference Succession. He is also a co-editor of the attendant to Corporate Compliance, the modern in a series of rehearsal and industry investment attendants published by Latin Lawyer.
In count, Mr. Levine is the writer of numerous pieces of training, counting- Election effects on White-Collar application: what to imagine from a bidden DOJ,” New York Law Journal on December 2020; Compliance tips among rising fraud risk In Latin America, Law360 on August 2020; Brazil Announces New Anti-Corruption Cooperation Framework; UK presents Magnitsky-Style Human Rights Sanctions Regime, NYU’s Compliance and Enforcement Blog on July 2020; The Latest FCPA Postponed Prosecution Agreement: Will Congress’s New DPA Procedures Reach FCPA DPA’s, And Will Non-U.S. Governments prosecute as crime victims below the CVRA?.
Main Justice on July 2015- Recent Developments In U.S. Domestic Bribery situation law reaffirm several risks – and Tensions. In FCPA Prosecutions, Financial Fraud Law Report on February 2015; CFPB May Look To NY for Its Own Debt Collection Rules, Law360 on January 2015- Small Country, Big Punch: The Netherlands.