Douglas Grover joined Schlam and Stone as a partner in 2014. Since leaving the Justice Department in 1990, he has focused on white-collar criminal matters and related civil litigation. He has represented and tried cases for businesses and individuals, including politicians, corporate officers, attorneys, doctors, accountants, securities analysts and traders, investment bankers, and government agents in all types of matters including campaign finance violations, government corruption (including bribery and foreign corrupt practices), environmental crimes, tax crimes, antitrust crimes, securities violations, insider trading, and all forms of fraud, including securities fraud, mail and telemarketing fraud, government procurement fraud, bank fraud, insurance fraud, and false statements to government officials and investigators. Click here for more on Mr. Grover’s experience.
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