Jon New, Patrick Campbell and Victoria Stork

Jon New is a Partner at Baker & Hostetler LLP. A former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York and Trial Attorney for the Department of Justice Civil Division, Jon represents public and private companies, corporate executives and individuals in complex civil, regulatory and criminal law enforcement investigations and litigation, with a particular focus on cross-border government investigations. He is a seasoned advocate who advises and defends clients in connection with complex accounting and securities issues, market manipulation restrictions, insider trading, anti-money laundering (AML) compliance, FCPA compliance, civil asset forfeiture, health care law issues, government contracting and procurement issues and on various issues involving intellectual property and computer crimes. He approaches matters analytically, developing a strategy that is based on a thorough understanding of the facts and presents the client’s position in a light that most resonates with regulators, judges and jurors.

Patrick Campbell is a Partner at Baker & Hostetler LLP. Patrick focuses his litigation practice on white-collar and corporate criminal and regulatory matters, as well as commercial litigation. With a breadth of experience, Patrick has developed a legal skill set that makes him a strong addition to any team faced with complicated litigation. Patrick’s calm demeanor enables him to remain focused on the matters facing his clients, regardless of the level of complexity present.

Patrick is also involved in the development of junior associates at BakerHostetler. Over the past several years, he has formally and informally mentored many of the New York office’s junior associates, and he is an active member of the New York office’s Mentorship Committee. Patrick also devotes his time to the New York City Bar Association and is the Chair of its Compliance Committee.

Victoria Stork is an Associate at Baker & Hostetler LLP. A dedicated and well-rounded litigator, Victoria’s practice concentrates on matters related to complex commercial litigation, white-collar criminal defense and international law.

While in law school, Victoria received the Otto L. Walter Distinguished Writing Award and the NYLS Student Diversity Champion Award. She was also a Trustee’s Prize Finalist for the Highest Average. Victoria’s note, “Conflict Minerals, Ineffective Regulations: Comparing International Guidelines to Remedy Dodd Frank’s Inefficiencies,” is published in the New York Law School Law Review.

President Joe Biden.

The Biden administration has signaled numerous cross-border enforcement updates that carry compliance implications, including updated anti-corruption, financial and sanctions measures. President Biden has repeatedly promised to make the fight against corruption in the U.S. and abroad a central part of his administration. He has nominated a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) chairman who many expect to increase SEC regulatory and enforcement activity....

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