Mr. Corey is co-head of the firm's Washington, D.C. office.
Over the past decade, Mr. Corey has tried or arbitrated a case a year, on average, including accounting fraud and false claims cases, government contract disputes, trade secret theft cases, real estate and construction disputes, partnership disputes and environmental liability disputes.
Mr. Corey represents primarily plaintiffs in complex commercial and bet-the-company cases. These cases have included a variety of claims, including RICO, antitrust and unfair competition, business torts, intellectual property, particularly trade secret misappropriation, violations of the Federal False Claims Act and state derivatives, accounting and securities fraud, and real estate/environmental disputes.
Mr. Corey represents clients involved in transnational disputes and he has advised clients regarding disputes in or involving conduct in Afghanistan, Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, Denmark, East Timor, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Honduras, Indonesia, Mexico, The Netherlands, Sweden, Syria, Iraq, the United Kingdom and Uzbekistan.