Ben Haley is an experienced white collar defense practitioner who assists corporations and individuals in complex government enforcement matters and internal investigations.
Mr. Haley has particular expertise with anti-corruption and FCPA matters, where he has guided a number of clients to successful resolutions of SEC and DOJ investigations.
Complementing his investigations practice, Mr. Haley regularly advises clients on a range of anti-corruption compliance issues, including by conducting risk and program assessments, providing advice in connection with proposed transactions, and assisting companies in building and strengthening their anti-corruption compliance programs and controls.
Mr. Haley has extensive experience in FCPA investigations across a range of industries, including automotive and agricultural equipment manufacturing, customs and logistics, consumer products, financial services, information technology, media, gaming, and oil and gas. In these investigations, he has developed deep expertise with complex forensic accounting, internal controls, and transactional issues.
Mr. Haley has deep experience on the ground in Africa conducting investigations and risk assessments, including in Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, and South Africa.
He also routinely manages complex E-discovery projects, including large-scale cross-border data collection and review, and he has expertise in leveraging technology-assisted review/predictive coding in internal and government investigations.
Mr. Haley also has expertise representing special litigation committees and demand evaluation committees in connection with shareholder derivative litigation, including negotiating and crafting settlements and corporate governance enhancements.
In addition to his investigations practice, Mr. Haley represents policyholders on D&O and professional liability matters. He has assisted policyholders across a range of industries in obtaining coverage in connection with securities, derivative, insolvency, trade secret, and franchise litigation.