Dan Koffmann represents companies, boards of directors, and senior executives in sensitive matters involving criminal investigations and indictments, congressional inquiries, corporate crises, internal investigations, and other disputes with federal and state prosecutors and enforcement agencies. He advises clients on a broad range of white collar issues, including alleged corruption, securities fraud and insider trading, tax evasion, the False Claims Act, money laundering, sanctions evasion, and civil and criminal forfeiture proceedings. Dan’s work involves matters in the United States, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia, but he is particularly active in Latin America and has represented a number of individuals and companies involved in Brazil’s Lava Jato investigation and the Panama Papers.
Dan is an accomplished trial and appellate advocate. He has argued a number of significant motions and conducted key witness examinations in multiple federal criminal proceedings, and he has argued civil and criminal appeals in the Second Circuit Court of Appeals and the New York Appellate Term, First Department. He is also part of the firm’s cryptocurrency practice, having arbitrated claims against a cryptocurrency exchange for breach of fiduciary duty.
- New York University School of Law
(J.D., cum laude, 2013)
- University of Pennsylvania
(B.S., Economics, 2008)
- Firm Memorandum: DOJ’s Quiet Changes to the FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy Likely to Have a Significant Impact on Corporate Investigations, (March 2019).
- Firm Memorandum: Key Takeaways from Cognizant Technology’s Improbable Receipt of a Declination from DOJ, (February 2019).
- “Internal Investigations and Criminal Discovery After the Yates Memo,” April 5, 2016, The FCPA Report, Vol. 5, No. 7.
- “Representing Individuals in Interviews: The US Perspective,” in The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations (Global Investigations Review 2019).